In this long-awaited sequel to the Newbery Medal-winning Julie of the Wolves, Miyax returns to the village she left long before and finds her lost father. But things have changed during her absence. Her father is no longer the man who had lived in grace with the sea and the land. He has forsaken his Eskimo heritage in favor of marriage with a white-American schoolteacher and is determined to shoot the wolves who threaten his carabou-the same wolves who saved Miyax's life. With the help of a handsome young man from Siberia, Miyax struggles to save her wolves and the way of life she cherishes. A stunning portrait of the Alaskan tundra and the clash of modern and Eskimo cultures, Julie will delight and enlighten readers of all ages.
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by Jean Craighead George
by Judith St. George
by James Howe
"In this sequel to Julie of the Wolves, Julie returns to her home where she finds that her father has married an American. Julie must deal with the clash of Alaskan and American cultures, and she travels the tundra to save the wolves who saved her. Moore narrates perfectly, becoming Julie and deftly and subtly adjusting her voice to the characters and moods. This audio version may help listeners with Alaskan names and terms, which might be difficult to read. Middle school students will be enthralled with Moore's vivid descriptions of this adventure. Moore also narrates JULIE OF THE WOLVES from Recorded Books. D.D.G. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine"
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