LITTLE WOLF by Ann McGovern

LITTLE WOLF

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Despite the bigger bluster of his name, Little Wolf has a certain kinship with Chipmunk, of Chipmunk in the Forest (p. 58, J-22); both were more chicken than brave. Little Wolf at least was not afraid; he just didn't like the idea of hunting and preferred to help the animals. When he did some first aid on the chief's son, the tribe at last recognized his special potential-- ""You will be a mighty healer some day."" The idea of the tribe responding to a cute, lovable, passive type may not seem very plausible, but it's a pleasant thought.

Pub Date: Oct. 19th, 1965
Publisher: Abelard-Schuman