Julie of the Wolves by Jean Craighead George - 1972 (Newberry Award Winner)
- Summary: Lost in the Alaskan tundra with no food and no shelter, thirteen -year - old Miyax, or Julie, discovers the value of her family’s traditional Eskimo ways as she struggles to survive by winning the acceptance of a pack of wolves.
- Quote: "Out here she understood how she fitted into the scheme of the moon and stars and the constant rise and fall of life on earth."
Question: Think about a time when you had a relationship with an animal. What did you learn from them? What did the animal learn from you?
Discussion with Morgan Academy 4th and 5th grade girls below TBA.
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