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Books and Videos About Wolves

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The inclusion of a book on this list does not imply an endorsement by the International Wolf Center. Fiction and non-fiction books and stories can convey misleading or inaccurate information about wolves. So can movies and documentary films. We encourage readers to seek out science-based information and to learn what is true and what is not about these fascinating animals.

If you find that you do not have time to read all of these books and would like some help with your selection, we have highlighted some in green to help you make your choice.

GENERAL INFORMATION BOOKS ( top )

The books on this list provide comprehensive information about wolves for readers who are interested in wolves and for serious students of wolves. We suggest a search on the site of an online bookseller to check out content or a visit to a bookstore where many of these books will be in the nature or animal section.

Barry, Scott Ian (2007) Wolf Empire: An Intimate Portrait of a Species   The Lyons Press

Busch, Robert H. (Revised Edition 2007) *The Wolf Almanac, New and Revised: A Celebration of Wolves and Their World   Lyons Press

Coppinger, Raymond and Lorna Coppinger (2001) Dogs: A Startling New Understanding of Canine Origin, Behavior, & Evolution   Scribner

Dunlap, Thomas R. (1988) Saving America’s Wildlife: Ecology and the American Mind, 1850-1990  Princeton University Press

Dutcher, Jim and Jamie (2005) *Living with Wolves   Mountaineers Books

Elbroch, Mark (2003) Mammal Tracks and Sign: A Guide to North American Species Stackpole Books

Fascione, Nina, Aimee Delach and Martin E. Smith, Editors (2004) People and Predators: From Conflict to Coexistence   Island Press

Fox, Michael W. (1992) The Soul of the Wolf: A Meditation on Wolves and Man Lyons and Burford

Fuller, Todd K. (2004) Wolves of the World: Natural History and Conservation   Voyageur Press

Gibson, Nancy (1995) *Wolves   Voyageur Press, Inc.

Grambo, Rebecca L. (2008) Wolf: Legend, Enemy, Icon   Firefly Books

Greeley, Maureen (2001) *Wolf   MetroBooks

Grooms, Steve (Third Edition 2005)  *Return of the Wolf   NovaVista

Hampton, Bruce (1997) The Great American Wolf   Owl Books

Harrington, Fred H. and Paul C. Paquet, Editors (1982)  Wolves of the World: Perspectives of Behavior, Ecology and Conservation   Noyes Publications

Heinrich, Bernd (2007) Mind of the Raven: Investigations and Adventures with Wolf-Birds Harper Perennial

Johnson, Sylvia A. (1987) Wolf Pack: Tracking Wolves in the Wild   Lerner Publications

Klinghammer, Erich, Editor (1979)  The Behavior and Ecology of Wolves   Garland STPM Press

Kosh, A. M. (1993) *Wolf: A Year’s Journey   Albion Publishing Group

Landau, Diana, Editor (2000) Wolf: Spirit of the Wild – A Celebration of Wolves in Word and Image   Sterling

Lawrence, R.D. (1990) *Wolves   Sierra Club Books

Lawrence, R. D. (1997) *Trail of the Wolf   Firefly Books

Leboeuf, Daniel (1996) *The Wolf: Ghost Hunter   Firefly Books

Link, Mike and Kate Crowley (1994) Following the Pack: The World of Wolf Research  Voyageur Press

Long, Kim (1996) *Wolves: A Wildlife Handbook (Johnson Nature Series)   Johnson Books

Lopez, Barry H. (1978)  Of Wolves and Men   Charles Scribner’s Sons

Martino, Teresa Tsimmo (1997) The Wolf, the Woman, the Wilderness   New Sage Press

Mech, L. David (1991)  *The Way of the Wolf   Voyageur Press, Inc. Purchase .

Mech, L. David (1970, reprint 1981) The Wolf: The Ecology and Behavior of an Endangered Species   University of Minnesota Press   Purchase .

Mech, L. David and Luigi Boitani, Editors (2003) Wolves: Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation   University of Chicago Press

Mech, L. David, Douglas W. Smith and Daniel R. MacNulty (2015) Wolves on the Hunt: The Behavior of Wolves Hunting Wild Prey University of Chicago Press Purchase .

Pielou, E.C. (1995) A Naturalist’s Guide to the Arctic University of Chicago Press

Pringle, Laurence (1983) *Wolfman: Exploring the World of Wolves   Charles Scribner’s Sons

Rezendes, Paul (1992) *Tracking and the Art of Seeing: How to Read Animal Tracks and Sign   Camden House Publishing, Inc.

Rehnmark, Eva-Lena (2000) Neither God Nor Devil: Rethinking Our Perceptions of Wolves   Pomegranate Communications, Inc.

Rowlands, Mark (2009) The Philosopher and the Wolf: Lessons from the Wild on Love, Death and Happiness   Pegasus Books

Rue, Leonard Lee III (1994) *Wolves: A Portrait of the Animal World   Smithmark Publishers

Savage, Candace (1988) *Wolves   Sierra Club Books

Sharpe, Virginia A, Bryan Norton and Strachan Donnelley, Editors (2001) Wolves and Human Communities: Biology, Politics, and Ethics   Island Press

Steinhart, Peter (1995)  The Company of Wolves   Alfred A. Knopf Inc.

Wood, Daniel (1994) *Wolves   Whitecap Books Ltd.

Zeaman, John (1998) *How the Wolf Became the Dog (Before They Were Pets)   Franklin Watts

Ziman, E. (1981) The Wolf, a Species in Danger Delacorte Press

THE WOLF IN NORTH AMERICA ( top )

Bauer, Erwin A. (1994) *Wild Dogs: The Wolves, Coyotes, Foxes of North America  Chronicle Books

Bergman, Charles (1990) Wild Echoes: Encounters With the Most Endangered Animals in North America   Alaska Northwest Books

Carbyn, Ludwig N., Steven H. Fritts, and Dale R. Seip (1995)  Ecology and Conservation of Wolves in a Changing World   Canadian Circumpolar Institute.

Coleman, Jon T. (2004) Vicious: Wolves and Men in America   Yale University Press

McIntyre, Rick (1993)  Society of Wolves: National Parks and the Battle Over the Wolf   Voyageur Press, Inc.

McIntyre, Rick (1995)  War Against the Wolf: America’s Campaign to Exterminate the Wolf   Voyageur Press, Inc.

Nie, Martin A. (2003) Beyond Wolves: The Politics of Wolf Recovery and Management   University of MN Press

Robinson, Michael J. (2005) Predatory Bureaucracy: The Extermination of Wolves and the Transformation of the West   University Press of Colorado

ALASKA ( top )

Brinkley, Douglas (2011) The Quiet World: Saving Alaska’s Wilderness Kingdom 1879-1960 Harper

Crisler, Lois (1996) Arctic Wild: The Remarkable True Story of One Couple’s Living Among the Wolves   The Lyons Press

Crisler, Lois (2000) Captive Wild: One Woman’s Adventure Living with Wolves  (setting is Colorado) The Lyons Press

Haber, G. and M. Holleman (2013) Among Wolves: Gordon Haber’s Insights into Alaska’s Most Misunderstood Animal University of Alaska Press

Jans, Nick (2015) A Wolf Called Romeo Mariner Books

Mech, L. David, Layne G. Adams, Thomas J. Meier, John W. Burch and Bruce W. Dale, Editors (1998)  The Wolves of Denali  University of Minnesota Press

Murie, Adolph (1944) Wolves of Mount McKinley   U. S. Government Printing Office.

THE NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAINS ( top )

Askins, Renee (2002) Shadow Mountain: A Memoir of Wolves, a Woman, and the Wild   Doubleday

Bass, Rick (1992) The Ninemile Wolves  Clark City Press

Dekker, Dick (1994) Wolves of the Rocky Mountains from Jasper to Yellowstone   Hancock House Publishers, Ltd.

Ferguson, Gary (1996)  The Yellowstone Wolves: The First Year  Falcon Press

Fischer, Hank (1995)  Wolf Wars: The Remarkable Inside Story of the Restoration of Wolves to Yellowstone   Falcon Press Publishing Co., Inc.

Halfpenny, James C. (2003) *Yellowstone Wolves in the Wild   Riverbend Publishing

Halfpenny, James C. and Diann Thompson (1996) *Discovering Yellowstone Wolves: Watchers Guide  A Naturalist’s World

Jones, Karen R. (2002) Wolf Mountains: A History of Wolves Along the Great Divide   University of Calgary Press

Lamplugh, Rick (2013) In the Temple of Wolves: A Winter’s Immersion in Wild Yellowstone CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

McNamee, Thomas (2014) The Killing of Wolf Number Ten: The True Story Prospecta Press

McNamee, Thomas (1997) The Return of the Wolf to Yellowstone   Henry Holt and Company

Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw and Dan Hartman and Cassie Hartman (2008) When the Wolves Returned: Restoring Nature’s Balance in Yellowstone   Walker and Company

Phillips, Michael K. and Douglas W. Smith (1996)  The Wolves of Yellowstone  Voyageur Press, Inc.

Schullery, Paul, Editor (1996) The Yellowstone Wolf: A Guide and Sourcebook  High Plains Publishing Company

Smith, Douglas and Gary Ferguson (2005) Decade of the Wolf: Returning the Wild to Yellowstone   The Lyons Press

Urbigkit, Cat (2008) Yellowstone Wolves: A Chronicle of the Animal, the People, and the Politics   The McDonald and Woodward Publishing Company

THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST ( top )

Eaton, Aimee Lyn (2013) Collared: Politics and Personalities in Oregon’s Wolf Country Oregon State University Press

THE UPPER MIDWEST (WESTERN GREAT LAKES STATES) ( top )

Allen, Durward L. (1979, reprint 1993) Wolves of Minong: Isle Royale’s Wild Community   The University of Michigan Press

Fuller, Todd K. (Second Edition 1997) Guidelines for Gray Wolf Management in the Northern Great Lakes Region  International Wolf Center

Heinselman, Miron (1996) The Boundary Waters Wilderness Ecosystem  University of Minnesota Press

Mech, L. David (1966)  The Wolves of Isle Royale National Parks Fauna Series No. 7, U.S. Government Printing Office

Mech, L. David, Editor (2000)  *The Wolves of Minnesota: Howl in the Heartland   Voyageur Press, Inc.

Peterson, Rolf O. (1977) Wolf Ecology and Prey Relationships on Isle Royale National Parks Service Monograph Series No. 11, U.S. Government Printing Office

Peterson, Rolf O. (Second Edition, 2008)  *The Wolves of Isle Royale: A Broken Balance.   Willow Creek Press

Stenlund, Milton H. (1991) Wolves in Minnesota  Adventure Publications

Thiel, Richard P. (2001) Keepers of the Wolves: The Early Years of Wolf Recovery in Wisconsin   University of Wisconsin Press

Thiel, Richard P. (1993)  The Timber Wolf in Wisconsin: The Death and Life of a Majestic Predator   The University of Wisconsin Press

Wydeven, Adrian P., T. R. van Deelen and E. Heske (2009) Recovery of Gray Wolves in the Great Lakes Region of the United States Springer Science + Business Media, LLC.

THE SOUTHWEST ( top )

Burbank, James C. (1990) Vanishing Lobo: The Mexican Wolf and the Southwest   Johnson Publishing Company

Bass, Rick (1998) The New Wolves: The Return of the Mexican Wolf to the Southwest   Lyons Press

Brown, David E. and Shaw (1983) The Wolf in the Southwest: The Making of an Endangered Species   University of Arizona Press

Holaday, Bobbie (2003)  The Return of the Mexican Gray Wolf: Back to the Blue  The University of Arizona Press

THE NORTHEAST ( top )

Elder, John (2000) The Return of the Wolf: Reflections on the Future of Wolves in the Northeast   University Press of New England

THE SOUTHEAST (RED WOLF) ( top )

Few books for adults only have been written about the red wolf, but the collection of information is growing as awareness grows about this critically endangered animal. Several books for young people have useful information for readers of all ages about North America’s other recognized wolf species.

Beeland, T. (DeLene (2013) The Secret World of the Red Wolves: The Fight to Save North America’s Other Wolf North Carolina Press

DeBlieu, Jan (1993) *Meant to Be Wild: The Struggle to Save Endangered Species Through Captive Breeding Fulcrum Publishing

Camuto, Christopher (1997) Another Country: Journeying Toward the Cherokee Mountains   Henry Holt

Grooms, Steve (Third Edition, 2005) *Return of the Wolf   “The Enigmatic Red Wolf,” Chapter 8 Nova Vista Publishing

Hoagland, Edward (Essays, 2003) Hoagland on Nature “Lament the Red Wolf” The Lyons Press

Imbriaco, Alison (2008) *The Red Wolf: Help Save This Endangered Species!   Enslow Publishers, Inc.

Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw (1990) *Gray Wolf, Red Wolf   Clarion Books

Mech, L. David and Luigi Boitani, Editors (2003) “Restoration of the Red Wolf” by Michael K. Phillips, V. Gary Henry and Brian T. Kelly, Chapter 11 Wolves: Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation   University of Chicago Press

Nowak, Ronald M. (2002) “The Original Status of Wolves in Eastern North America” Southeastern Naturalist, Volume 1, Number 2, 2002   Allen Press

Silverstein, Alvin, Virginia Silverstein and Robert Silverstein (1994) The Red Wolf   Millbrook Press

Smith, Roland (1996) Journey of the Red Wolf   Cobblehill Books

Standridge, Craig and Beth Graham (2013) Return of the Red Wolf Point Defiance Zoo Society

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (2008) Far Traveler: A Teacher’s Companion to Red Wolf Recovery www.redwolves.org/wp/downloads/other/far_traveler_2008.pdf (This may be downloaded and printed.) U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

NORTHERN CANADA – THE HIGH ARCTIC ( top )

Mech, L. David (1988)  *The Arctic Wolf: Living with the Pack   Voyageur Press, Inc.

Mech, L. David (1997)  *The Arctic Wolf: Ten Years with the Pack   Voyageur Press, Inc.

Mech, L. David (1992) *Wolves of the High Arctic   Voyageur Press, Inc.

WESTERN CANADA ( top )

Carbyn, Ludwig N. (2003) Buffalo Wolf: Predators, Prey, and the Politics of Nature   Smithsonian

Carbyn, L. N., S. M. Oosenbrug and D. W. Anions (1993) Wolves, Bison… and the Dynamics Related to the Peace-Athabasca Delta in Canada’s Wood Buffalo National Park  Art Design Printing, Inc.

Macallister, Ian (2007) The Last Wild Wolves: Ghosts of the Rain Forest   University of California Press   Purchase .

Moskowitz, David (2013) Wolves in the Land of Salmon Timber Press

EASTERN CANADA ( top )

Theberge, John B. (1998)  Wolf Country: Eleven Years Tracking the Algonquin Wolves  McClelland and Stewart Inc.

Theberge, John B. and Mary T. Theberge (2004) The Wolves of Algonquin Park: A Twelve-Year Ecological Study University of Waterloo

Runtz, Michael (1997) The Howls of August: Encounters with Algonquin Wolves   The Boston Mills Press

EUROPE AND ASIA ( top )

Knight, John (2003) Waiting for Wolves in Japan: An Anthropological Study of People-Wildlife Relations.  Oxford University Press

Sparks, Alan E. (2010) Dreaming of Wolves: Adventures in the Carpathian Mountains of Transylvania  Hancock House Publishers

Walker, Brett L. (2005) The Lost Wolves of Japan   University of Washington Press

ENVIRONMENTALISM – BOOKS ABOUT CONSERVATION, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, AND COEXISTENCE WITH PREDATORS ( top )

Abbey, Edward (1990) Desert Solitaire Touchstone

Bekoff, Mark (2014) Rewilding Our Hearts – Building Pathways of Compassion and Coexistence New World Library

Carbyn, L.N., S. H. Fritts and D. R. Seip (1995)  Ecology and Conservation of Wolves in a Changing World Canadian Circumpolar Institute

Carson, Rachel (1962) The Silent Spring Houghton Mifflin

Clark, Susan G. and Murray B. Rutherford (2014) Large Carnivore Conservation: Integrating Science and Policy in the North American West University of Chicago Press

Colbert, Elizabeth (2014) The Sixth Extinction Henry Holt and Co.

Dunlap, Thomas R. (1988) Saving America’s Wildlife: Ecology and the American Mind, 1850-1990  Princeton University Press

Eisenberg, Cristina (2011) The Wolf’s Tooth: Keystone Predators, Trophic Cascades, and Biodiversity Island Press  

Eisenberg, Cristina (2015) The Carnivore Way: Coexisting with and Conserving North America’s Predators Island Press

Errington, Paul L. and Matthew Wynn Sivils, Editor (2015) Of Wilderness and Wolves University of Iowa Press

Fascione, Nina, Aimee Delach and Martin E. Smith, Editors (2004) People and Predators: From Conflict to Coexistence Island Press

Foreman, Dave (2004) Rewilding North America: A Vision for Conservation in the 21 st Century Island Press

Fraser, Caroline (2010) Rewilding the World: Dispatches from the Conservation Revolution (2009) Picador

Hannibal, Mary Ellen (2013) The Spine of the Continent: The Race to Save America’s Last, Best Wilderness Lyons Press

Leopold, Aldo (1968) A Sand County Almanac Oxford University Press                                                                                                    

Manning, Richard (2011) Rewilding the West University of California Press

Musiani, Marco, Luigi Boitani and Paul C. Paquet (2009) A New Era for Wolves and People: Wolf Recovery, Human Attitudes, and Policy University of Calgary Press

Musiani, Marco, Luigi Boitani and Paul C. Paquet, Editors (2010) The World of Wolves: New Perspectives on Ecology, Behavior and Management University of Calgary Press

Sharpe, Virginia A., Bryan Norton and Strachan Donnelley, Editors (2000) Wolves and Human Communities: Biology, Politics, and Ethics Island Press

Shivik, John (2015) The Predator Paradox: Ending the War with Wolves, Bears, Cougars, and Coyotes Beacon Press

White, P.J., Robert Garrott, Glenn E. Plumb, Editors (2013) Yellowstone’s Wildlife in Transition Harvard University Press

Wilson, Edward O. (2007) The Creation: An Appeal to Save Life on Earth W.W. Norton and Company

Wilson, Edward O. (2003) The Future of Life Vintage

Wuerthner, George (2014) Keeping the Wild: Against the Domestication of Earth Foundations for Deep Ecology

Yuskavitch, Jim (2015) In Wolf Country: The Power and Politics of Reintroduction Lyons Press

FICTION, PERSONAL EXPERIENCES AND STORY COLLECTIONS ( top )

Novels and stories about wolves are forever popular. Some reflect the reality of how wolves live. In others, wolves take on human characteristics and feelings and forge connections with the people in the story. Some wolf fans think that is a disservice to the “real” wolf; others do not. We encourage readers to explore the world of wolves through fiction as well as non-fiction and to learn about these remarkable and resilient animals.

Barr, Nevada (2009) Winter Study   Berkley

Bowen, Asta (1997) Hungry for Home: A Wolf Odyssey   Simon and Schuster

Bowen, Asta (2005) *Wolf: The Journey Home (Young Adult)   Bloomsbury USA Children’s Books

Busch, Robert H. Editor (1994, 1997) *Wolf Songs: The Classic Collection of Writing About Wolves   Sierra Club Books

Casey, Denise and Tim Clark (1995) *Tales of the Wolf: Fifty-One Stories of Wolf Encounters in the Wild   Homestead Publishing

Evans, Nicholas (1999) The Loop   Dell

Hearst, Dorothy (2008) Promise of the Wolves   Simon & Schuster

Kantner, Seth (2005) *Ordinary Wolves   Milkweed Editions

Mowat, Farley (1973) *Never Cry Wolf   Dell

Niemeyer, Carter (2012) Wolfer: A Memoir Bottlefly Press

Rearden, Jim (1998) Alaska’s Wolf Man: The 1915-55 Wilderness Adventures of Frank Glaser Pictorial Histories Publishing Co.

Rong, Jiang (Published in China in 2004, Published in the U.S. in 2008) Wolf Totem  (fiction) The Penguin Press

Thayer, Helen (2004) Three Among the Wolves: A Couple and Their Dog Live a Year with Wolves in the Wild   Sasquatch Books

Thiel, Richard P. et al, editors (2013) Wild Wolves We Have Known International Wolf Center   Purchase .

Wockner, Gary, Gregory McNamee and SueEllen Campbell (2003) Comeback Wolves: Western Writers Welcome the Wolf Home   Johnson Books

BOOKS AND STORIES FOR THE YOUNG – AND THE YOUNG AT HEART ( top )

Guiding children’s reading is both a joy and a challenge for parents and for teachers. Many non-fiction books do an excellent job of making the facts about wolves interesting. In fictional stories and books, the characters and the plot are sometimes highly exaggerated. Many of these books are fun and funny and highly entertaining, especially when they are illuminated with art and illustrations. Some books and stories are anthropomorphic – that is, the animals display a broad range of human feelings and characteristics. Many adults say their lifelong interest in animals began with their connection to an animal character in a book.

Parents and teachers who want to foster a love of books in young children will start with read-aloud stories, many of which have survived for generations and which are included on this list. Some are considered classics, and several of the listed books are taught in schools as directed novels. Parents and teachers are encouraged to learn as much as they can about the “real” wolf so they can engage children and adolescents in discussions and conversations about wildlife and nature.

Adult Coloring World Wolf Coloring Book: An Adult Coloring Book of Wolves Featuring 40 Wolf Designs in Various Styles CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Berger, Melvin and Gilda Berger (2002) Howl: A Book About Wolves (Level 3 – Hello Reader – Science Early Readers)   Cartwheel

Berger, Melvin and Gilda Berger (2002) Why Do Wolves Howl? Questions and Answers About Wolves (Scholastic Question and Answer Series)   Scholastic Reference

Berman, Ruth (1999) Watchful Wolves (Pull Ahead Books)   Lerner Publications

Carlson-Voiles, Polly (2012) Summer of the Wolves (Contemporary fiction ages 9 – 14) Houghton Mifflin Books for Children  Purchase hard cover or soft cover .

Critters Up Close: Wolves (ages 0 – 5) Zoobooks

Dendy, Leslie (1995) Tracks, Scats and Signs (Take-Along Guide)   NorthWord Press

Dyckman, Anne with illustrations by Zachariah Ohora (2015) Wolfie the Bunny (Fractured Wolf Tales – picture books ages 3 – 6) Little Brown and Co.

Enright, Gary (1993) The Last Wolf   Insight Publishing Company

Fink Martin, Patricia A.(2003) Gray Wolves (True Books – Animals)   Children’s Press

Floca, Brian (2015) Old Wolf (Contemporary fiction ages 9 – 14) Atheneum Books for Young Readers

George, Jean Craighead (1999) Julie of the Wolves  and  Julie’s Wolf Pack   (classic) HarperTeen and Harper Collins

George, Jean Craighead (1997) Look to the North: A Wolf Pup Diary   Harper Collins Publishers

George, Jean Craighead (2008) Nutik, the Wolf Pup (Picture books – fiction ages 4 – 8) Harper Collins

George, Jean Craighead (2008) The Wolves are Back (Picture books – fiction ages 4 – 8) Dutton

Goldish, Meish (2009) Red Wolves: And Then There Were (Almost) None   Bearport Publishing

Gravett, Emily (2005) Wolves   (Fractured wolf tales – picture books ages 4 – 8) Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers

Gravett, Emily (2012) Wolf Won’t Bite (Fractured wolf tales – picture books ages 2 – 6) Simon & Schuster

Hall, Kelly Milner (2005) Wild Dogs: Past & Present Darby Creek Publishing

Harrington, Fred H. (2002) The Ethiopian Wolf (One of four books in the series  Wolves and Wild Dogs )   PowerKids Press

Harrington, Fred H. (2002) The Red Wolf (   One of four books in the series  Wolves and Wild Dogs)   PowerKids Press

Hartman, Bob and Tim Raglin (2002) The Wolf Who Cried Boy   Lion Children’s Books

Heinz. Brian J. (1996) The Wolves   Dial Books for Young Readers

Hoover, Helen (2005) Great Wolf and the Good Woodsman University of Minnesota Press

Houk, Randy (1995) Wolves in Yellowstone  (A narrative poem about the history of wolves in the West and the return of the wolf to Yellowstone) The Benefactory, Inc.

Howker, Janni (1997) Walk with a Wolf   Candlewick Press

Hyman, Trina Schart (1983) Little Red Riding Hood (Retold and Illustrated) Holiday House

Jazynka, Kitson with Daniel Raven-Ellison (2014) National Geographic Kids Mission: Wolf Rescue National Geographic Children’s Books

Julietta, Melinda (1999) We Are Wolves   NorthWord Press

Kipling, Rudyard (2005 Edition – many available) The Jungle Book: Mowgli’s Story   (classic) Candlewick (and others)

Kranking, Kathleen W. (2002) Wolves: Complete Cross-Curricular Theme Unit That Teaches About These Totally Cool Canines   Scholastic Professional Books

Lepthien, Emily (1991) Wolves (A New True Book)   Children’s Press

Lawrence, R. D, (1985) Secret Go the Wolves   Ballantine Books

London, Jack (variety of publishers and publishing dates over the years) White Fang  and  The Call of the Wild  (classic) (Classics with wolf-dogs as central characters)

London, Jonathon (1996) Red Wolf Country   Dutton Children’s Books

London, Jonathon (1993) The Eyes of Gray Wolf   Chronicle Books

Milton, Joyce (1992) Wild, Wild Wolves (Step Into Reading Non-Fiction)   Random House Books for Young Readers

Mitts-Smith, Debra (2010) Picturing the Wolf in Children’s Literature Routledge

Moser, Barry (2001) The Three Little Pigs (Retold and illustrated) Brown and Co.

Mowat, Farley (1973) Never Cry Wolf   Dell

Murphy, Jim (1994) The Call of the Wolves   Turleback

Nicholas, Christopher (1999) Wolves! (Know-It-All Books)   MaClanahan Book Company, Inc.

Oxenbury, Helen (1997) The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig (Fractured wolf tales–picture books ages 7 – 10) Margaret K. McElderry Books

Palazzo-Craig, Janet and Janice Kinnealy (1999) I Can Read About Wolves   Troll Communications

Paver, Michelle (2004) Wolf Brother (Contemporary fiction ages 9 – 14) London

Prokofiev, Sergei (1983) Peter and the Wolf   Viking Also available with a CD recording with full orchestra and narration Goble, Paul (1997)

Raschka, Chris (2008) Peter and the Wolf (Retold and illustrated) Atheneum Books for Young Readers

Scieszka, John (1996) Dream Wolf (Aladdin Picture Books)   Aladdin

Scieszka, Jon and Lane Smith (1996) The True Story of the Three Little Pigs  (Fractured wolf tales – picture books ages 7 – 10) Puffin Books

Seidler, Tor (2015) Firstborn (Contemporary fiction ages 9 – 14) Atheneum Books for Young Readers

Simon, Seymour (1995) The True Story of the Three Little Pigs Puffin

Stoops, Eric D. and Dagmar Fertl (1998) Wolves Harper Collins

Swinburne, Stephen R. (1999) Wolves and Their Relatives   Sterling Publishing Co., Inc.

Trivizas, Eugene (1997) Once a Wolf: How Wildlife Biologists Brought Back the Gray Wolf Houghton Mifflin

Wilbur, Frances (1998) The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig   Aladdin

Wolpert, Tom (1991) The Dog with Golden Eyes  (Milkweed Prize for Children’s Literature) Milkweed Editions

World Wildlife Fund (1995) Wolves for Kids   NorthWord Press

Zoobooks – Books About Animals With Wolves   Daydream Publishing, Inc.

Wildlife Education Ltd. (2013) Wolves   Zoobooks ( hard cover ) ( soft cover )

VIDEOS ( top )

Caribou and Wolves, the Endless Dance (YouTube) BBC Natural World Documentary, 2015 Running time: 47 minutes

Catch Me If You Can II (DVD) Produced by Trailwood – Landis Films, 1991. Running time 90 minutes.  Purchase .

Christmas in Yellowstone  (DVD) Nature – a production of Thirteen/WNET New York and National Geographic Television. Purchase .

Clash: Encounters of Bears and Wolves (DVD) PBS Nature – a production of Thirteen/WNET New York and National Geographic Television, 2010. Running time: 55 minutes.

Cold Warriors: Wolves and Buffalo (DVD and YouTube) Nature, 2013. Running time: 60 minutes.

Following the Tundra Wolf  (VHS) Narrated by Robert Redford. Running time: 45 minutes. Available online.

Hayden Valley Pack (DVD) Bob Landis Wildlife Films, 2005 and 2006.

Highlights of the Ambassador Wolves: An Intimate View (DVD) International Wolf Center. Running time: 46 minutes.

Imax: Wolves (DVD) David Douglas director, 2004. Running time: 101 minutes.

In the Valley of the Wolves  (DVD and PBS Nature ) Nature produced by WNET, 2008. Running time: 206 minutes.

Lobo The Wolf That Changed America ( YouTube ) Natural World BBC, 2013 Running Time: 49 minutes

Lords of Nature: Life in a Land of Great Predators (DVD) Green Fire Productions. Running time: 60 minutes.

Meet the Coywolf (DVD, can also be viewed on Amazon Instant Video) PBS Nature, 2014. Running time: 60 minutes.

White Falcon, White Wolf (DVD and PBS Nature ) PBS Nature, 2011. Running time: 53 minutes.

Radioactive Wolves (DVD and YouTube) PBS Nature, directed by Klaus Feichtenberger, 2011. Running time: 60 minutes.

Recovering a Species: The Red Wolf  (DVD) Available from U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service

She Wolf (The story of legendary Yellowstone wolf 06) National Geographic (2014), film footage by Bob Landis Documentary film

The Rise of Black Wolf (DVD and YouTube) National Geographic, 2011. Running time: 45 minutes.  

The Wolf That Changed America (DVD and PBS Nature ) Wnet, PBS Nature, 2009. Running time: 110 minutes.

Three Dogs of Yellowstone (DVD) Landis Wildlife Films, 2006.

White Wolf  (DVD) Wild arctic wolves on Ellesmere Island National Geographic. Running time: 60 minutes.

Wild Wolves  with David Attenborough. (VHS) PBS, 1997. Running time: 60 minutes.

Wolf Pack (DVD) National Geographic Television, 2003

Wolves: A Legend Returns to Yellowstone (DVD) National Geographic, 2007. Running time: 55 minutes.

Wolves of Europe (YouTube) Echo of Nature, 2013 Running time: 49 minutes

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The Hero's Spirit is the Hero of Time from Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask , filled with regrets from being unable to pass on the "lessons of his life to those who came after him" after he was sent back in time to his childhood. He also lamented the fact that he was not remembered as a hero. [9] In order to ease his regrets and finally pass on his knowledge, he teaches the seven Hidden Skills to his descendant, Link, the Hero of Twilight from Twilight Princess . [10] In Hyrule , he appears as the White Wolf, who can be summoned by finding a Howling Stone , with the exception of the first time he is encountered, in which he appears to Link directly. Once a Howling Stone is found, the song has to be howled along with the Spirit. He then tells Link to take "sword in hand" and find him, [11] implying that Link should return to human form before searching for the Wolf. The White Wolf will then appear on Link's Map indicating his current location. When Link confronts the Wolf, it leaps through Link, transporting him into another world. [12] The Wolf then transforms into a ghostly knight, the Hero's Spirit, who then teaches Link one of the seven Hidden Skills.

The Hero's Spirit is mostly transparent save for his armor, which appears to be filled with a ghostly pale blue apparition, rather than flesh, with a seemingly decaying body and mostly skeletal face. He carries a rusting sword and shield and wears armor, which is covered with leaves in sections. He carries a scabbard belted to his waist. Similarly to his White Wolf form, his left eye glows red while his right eye is missing.

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The thirty-fifth puzzle in the Picross series and the twenty-sixth puzzle in the Mega Picross series depict the Hero's Spirit .

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The Hero's Spirit preparing to fight from Twilight Princess

The Hero's Spirit preparing to fight from Twilight Princess

The White Wolf as seen in-game from Twilight Princess

The White Wolf as seen in-game from Twilight Princess

The Hero's Spirit preparing to teach Link a Hidden Skill from Twilight Princess

The Hero's Spirit preparing to teach Link a Hidden Skill from Twilight Princess

The Hero's Spirit's Sword from Twilight Princess

The Hero's Spirit's Sword from Twilight Princess

Concept art of the Hero's Spirit from Twilight Princess

Concept art of the Hero's Spirit from Twilight Princess

Artwork of the Hero's Spirit's wolf form from Zelda Encyclopedia

Artwork of the Hero's Spirit's wolf form from Zelda Encyclopedia

The White Wolf as seen in-game from Twilight Princess HD

The White Wolf as seen in-game from Twilight Princess HD

The White Wolf howling from Twilight Princess HD

The White Wolf howling from Twilight Princess HD

The White Wolf in the ghostly ether realm from Twilight Princess HD

The White Wolf in the ghostly ether realm from Twilight Princess HD

Wolf Link brought to a ghostly ether realm by the White Wolf from Twilight Princess HD

Wolf Link brought to a ghostly ether realm by the White Wolf from Twilight Princess HD

  • ↑ The White Wolf is also known as the Golden Wolf both in-game and in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess — The Official Nintendo Player's Guide by Nintendo Power , as well as the Spirit Wolf in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess — PRIMA Official Game Guide by Prima Games . [7] [8] However, as these names contradict its name in Encyclopedia , they are not considered canon.
  • ↑ 1.0 1.1 Hyrule Historia , Dark Horse Books, pg. 118
  • ↑ Encyclopedia , Dark Horse Books, pg. 103
  • ↑ " Some time ago, before the King of Hyrule unified this country, there was a fierce war in our world. One day, to escape from the fires of the war, a Hylian mother and her baby boy entered this forbidden forest. The mother was gravely injured... Her only choice was to entrust the child to the Deku Tree, the guardian spirit of the forest. The Deku Tree could sense that this was a child of destiny, whose fate would affect the entire world, so he took him into the forest. After the mother passed away, the baby was raised as a Kokiri. And now, finally, the day of destiny has come! " — Deku Tree Sprout ( Ocarina of Time )
  • ↑ The spirit of Link’s ancestor, the Hero of Time, teaches him his secrets. Ever since returning to the Child Era, the swordsman has lamented the fact that he was not remembered as a hero. This is the reason he passes down the proof of his courage and his secret techniques to the Link of this era, addressing him as “son.” — Hyrule Historia , Dark Horse Books, pg. 118
  • ↑ Encyclopedia , Dark Horse Books, pg. 276
  • ↑ Encyclopedia , Dark Horse Books, pg. 277
  • ↑ The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess — The Official Nintendo Player's Guide , Nintendo of America, pg. 192
  • ↑ The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess — PRIMA Official Game Guide , Prima Games, pg. 447
  • ↑ " Although I accepted life as the hero, I could not convey the lessons of that life to those that came after. At last, I have eased my regrets. " — Hero's Spirit ( Twilight Princess )
  • ↑ " Let teachings of old pass to you... Take sword in hand and find me. " — Hero's Spirit ( Twilight Princess )
  • ↑ " In that case, return to your world and train yourself further. When you are prepared, come visit me again. " — Hero's Spirit ( Twilight Princess )
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Scottish myths, folklore and legends

Scotland is a land of myths and legends. The stories of Scotland have inspired writers, artists and poets for centuries. Robert Burns and Robert Louis Stevenson both recalled as adults the tales of ghosts, magic and witches they had heard as children.

The Loch Ness Monster 

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One of Scotland’s most famous unsolved mysteries is that of the Loch Ness Monster (or ‘Nessie’ as it has affectionately come to be known).

The large dinosaur-like creature is reputed to inhabit Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. ‘Nessie’ has a long neck and one or more humps protruding from the water. The first recorded sighting of the monster was nearly 1,500 years ago when a giant beast is said to have leaped out of a lake near Inverness and eaten a local farmer. Since then, the myth of the Loch Ness Monster has magnified.

In 1934, a London doctor snapped a photograph that seemed to show a dinosaur-looking creature emerging from the water. Dozens of sightings have since been claimed, many of which have turned out to be hoaxes. In 2009, a newspaper reader claims to have spotted ‘Nessie’ whilst browsing Google Earth’s satellite photos of Loch Ness.

Regardless of the truth, the suggestion of the monster’s existence makes Loch Ness one of Scotland’s most popular tourist attractions with thousands visiting its shores each year with the hope of catching a rare glimpse of the famous monster.

In 2003, the BBC sponsored a search of the loch using 600 sonar beams and satellite tracking. No animal of substantial size was found and, despite their reported hopes, the scientists admitted this “proved” the Loch Ness Monster was a myth.

Kelpies 

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The mythical kelpie is the Scots name given to a supernatural water horse that was said to haunt Scotland's lochs and lonely rivers. It has usually been described as appearing as a horse but is able to adopt human form. However, some accounts state that the Kelpie retains its hooves when appearing as a human, leading to its association with the Christian idea of Satan. Robert Burns alludes to this idea in his 1786 poem “Address to the Deil.”

The kelpie would appear to its victims as a lost dark grey or white pony but could be identified by its constantly dripping mane. It would entice people to ride on its back, before taking them down to a watery grave.

One specific story talks of a Kelpie captured by the Laird of Morphie. The Laird harnessed the strength of the horse-form Kelpie by using a halter stamped with the sign of a cross. The captor forced the kelpie to carry heavy stones to build his castle and when the work was complete, the laird released the kelpie who was understandably unhappy in its treatment. The kelpie cursed the Laird of Morphie, a reason popularly believed to explain the extinction of the Laird family.

Selkies 

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Selkies were mythical creatures that could transform themselves from seal to human form and back again. The legend of the selkie apparently originated on the Orkney and Shetland Islands where selch or selk(ie) is the Scots word for seal. Tales once abounded of a man who found a beautiful female selkie sunbathing on a beach, stole her skin and forced her to become his wife and bear his children. The selkie woman was often seen gazing lovingly at the ocean. Years later, the selkie found her skin and later escaped back to seal form and to the sea, leaving her own children behind, never to return.

Some versions of the legend say that the selkie revisits her children on land once a year, others say that the children would witness a large seal approach them and say hello.

A Shetland version of the tale about the selkie compelled to become a human wife was published in 1822. In this edition, the selkie already had a husband of her own kind in the ocean before she was forced to stay on land. Some stories from Shetland have selkies luring islanders into the sea at midsummer, the lovelorn humans never returning to dry land.

Fingal's Cave

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A huge sea cave on the uninhabited island of Staffa in the Inner Hebrides, the cave is formed entirely from hexagonally jointed basalt columns, a similar structure to the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland.

Known for its natural acoustics, the origins of its name are unknown. Some say it became known as Fingal's Cave after the eponymous hero of an epic poem by 18th-century Scots poet-historian James Macpherson, who claimed to have translated the poem from ancient Gaelic.

Others claim Around 250 AD Finn MacCumhaill, or Fingal, was possibly an Irish general who had a band of faithful warriors. Finn is supposed to have been the father of Ossian, traditional bard of the Gaels. Gaels migrated into Scotland from Ireland until the Norsemen began their raids on the Scottish coast, and the stories of Fingal would doubtless have come across too. Soon he became revered in Scotland and, boosted by the Ossianic heroic verse and songs, his name was a natural choice to assign to this dramatic and awe-inspiring cavern.

Another legend has it that the Irish giant Finn McCool built the Giant’s Causeway between County Antrim and Scotland, so that he could cross the ocean without getting his feet wet.

Romantic composer Felix Mendelssohn visited in 1829 and wrote an overture, The Hebrides (also known as Fingal's Cave overture), inspired by the weird echoes in the cave and one of Pink Floyd’s early songs is also called Fingal’s Cave.

Corryvreckan Whirlpool 

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The Gulf of Corryvreckan (from the Gaelic ‘Coire Bhreacain’ meaning "cauldron of the speckled seas" or "cauldron of the plaid"), also called the Strait of Corryvreckan, is a narrow strait between the islands of Jura and Scarba, off the west coast of mainland Scotland.

The Corryvreckan is the third-largest whirlpool in the world. Flood tides and inflow from the Firth of Lorne to the west can drive the waters of Corryvreckan to waves of more than 30 feet (9.1m), and the roar of the resulting maelstrom can be heard 10 miles (16km) away.

Another legend surrounds Norse king Breacan. In various stories, Breacan moored his boat near the whirlpool to impress the father of a local princess, who wanted him to anchor by the whirlpool for three days and three nights.

The prince had three ropes made, one from hemp, one from wool and one from maidens’ hair. It was said that the purity of the maidens’ hair would make the rope unbreakable. However, on the first night, the hemp rope snapped, on the second it was the wool rope and on the third night, the hair rope snapped. The boat was subsequently dragged under. When the only surviving crew member dragged the body of the prince ashore, one maiden, wracked with guilt, confessed that she was not as pure as she had made out and that was why the rope broke.   

The Nine Maidens of Dundee 

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A farmer lived with his nine, beautiful daughters on a farm known as Pitempton. After a busy day of work, the farmer sent his eldest daughter to gather water from a nearby well. When she failed to return, he sent his second-oldest daughter, and so on and so on.

When all had failed to return, he went to investigate, only to find the slain bodies of his nine lovely daughters strewn across the ground by the well. Coiled around their battered bodies, basking in the blood of the innocent victims, the farmer was aghast to see a huge serpent-like dragon.

Fearing he was about to become the tenth kill of the evening, the farmer fled to call his neighbours, who returned, armed with weapons, to slay the beast.

Perhaps sensing that it was no match for the baying mob, the dragon attempted to make its escape, but a young man named Martin caught up with it. Using only a wooden club, he beat the dragon, eventually slaying it as the crowd yelled “strike, Martin”.

The place where the dragon was defeated was named “Strike-Martin” and was subsequently named Strathmartine – a name which lives on in the name of a school and a street in Dundee. Martin's Stone stands alone in a field one mile north of the village of Bridgefoot (previously known as Kirkton of Strathmartine), itself now on the northern fringes of Dundee.

Walk down the city’s High Street, and you’ll come face to face with a statue of the dragon.

The Stoor Worm 

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The Stoor Worm, or Mester Stoor Worm, was a gigantic evil sea serpent in Orcadian folklore, capable of contaminating plants and destroying animals and humans with its putrid breath. It is probably an Orkney variant of the Norse Jormungandr, also known as the Midgard Serpent, or world serpent, and has been described as a sea dragon.

Every Saturday at sunrise, the Stoor Worm would wake, open his cavernous mouth and yawn nine times. He would then demand a meal of seven virgins for as the old tales record: "although he was a venomous beast, he had a dainty taste."

The king of one country threatened by the beast's arrival was advised to offer it a weekly sacrifice of seven virgins. In desperation the king eventually issued a proclamation offering his kingdom, his daughter's hand in marriage and a magic sword to anyone who could destroy the monster.

Assipattle, the youngest son of a local farmer, defeated the creature; as it died its teeth fell out to become the islands of Orkney, Shetland and the Faroes, and its body became Iceland.

It is noted that the slaying of the dragon by Assipattle is not dissimilar to other tales of the genre. The reason for this is believed to be that the stories took shape during a period of enlightenment where human sacrifices to great beasts and monsters were beginning to be suppressed.

The Ghost Piper of Clanyard Bay 

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The unmistakable blast of the bagpipes is a common sound in Scotland, particularly in our cities and at festivals and celebrations. But what happens when the piper himself vanishes into thin air? There are several stories of phantom pipers throughout Scottish history and folklore. 

In days gone by, a dark network of tunnels was said to extend from the Cove of Grennan to the cliffs of Clanyard Bay, near Stranraer.

Locals believed that fairies lived in these tunnels and caves, and no one dared to go inside and disturb them until one day, a piper boldly entered the caves. He played his pipes loudly, accompanied by his faithful brown dog.

The music droned on for hours, slowly fading away until it couldn’t be heard. Suddenly, the dog ran out of the cave terrified and howling, without any of its hair! The piper was never seen again.

Although the caves are now long gone, on summer nights, passers-by have heard the distant sound of bagpipes coming from deep under the ground.

Perhaps it’s the wind whistling through the old underground caves, maybe it’s just a trick of the mind, or maybe…just maybe, it’s the spirit of the piper, playing his Scottish melodies forevermore.

The Gorbals Vampire 

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Back in the 1950s, the Gorbals area of Glasgow was being terrorised.

Stories had been circulating in the Gorbals about missing children, believed killed, the culprit was said to be a seven-foot vampire, with iron teeth lurking in the Southern Necropolis. The adults wouldn’t believe the kids, so the kids decided to deal with this monster once and for all – by themselves. In 1954, hundreds of young kids from the Gorbals area of Glasgow swarmed into the creepy Necropolis graveyard.

The police were called but couldn’t move the children, it took a local Head Teacher to finally disperse the crowd.

Local historians believe the mass panic stemmed from the legend of “Jenny wi’ the Iron Teeth”, a murderous ghost said to haunt Glasgow Green. There was also an American comic book at that time entitled: “The Vampire with the Iron Teeth”.

After the story appeared in the local press, it gained worldwide coverage. An unlikely alliance of Christians, communists and the National Union of Teachers blamed imported American horror comic books for the mass hysteria.

The campaign ultimately reached Parliament, resulting in the 1955 Children and Young Persons (Harmful Publications) Act which still stands today.

A stage play, and a graphic novel have told the story of the Gorbals Vampire, and a large mural of the beast guards a local railway arch.

Robert the Bruce and the Spider 

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Robert the Bruce is well known in Scotland and across the world due to the part he played in the wars of Scottish independence and films such as Outlaw King. He was born in 1274 at Lochmaben castle where he was Knight and Overlord of Annandale. In 1306 he was crowned King of Scotland and subsequently tried to free Scotland from the English enemy.

After being defeated in battle in 1306 by the Earl of Pembroke at Methven, Robert the Bruce went into hiding, supposedly in the Western Isles. He resided in a cave for three months, at the lowest point of his life and struggling to come up with a plan about what to do next, contemplating leaving the country never to return.

However, while Robert the Bruce was waiting, legend has it that he watched a spider building a web in the entrance to the cave. The typically stormy Scottish weather, not one to disappoint, made the spider’s task difficult as droplet after droplet destroyed the creature's intricate work. Finally, against all odds, the spider succeeded with his web.

Robert the Bruce was inspired by the spider’s efforts, so decided to get up and face another fight. He is said to have told his men: “If at first you don’t succeed, try try and try again,” which is a phrase used still to this day.

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Few animals capture people’s imagination quite like the wolf. For thousands of years, the wolf has fascinated us, frightened us, and drawn us in. Perhaps it’s because there’s a part of us that identifies with that wild, untamed spirit we see in the wolf. The wolf features prominently in myths and legends from many North American and European cultures, as well as from other places around the world. Let’s look at some of the stories still told today about the wolf.

Celtic Wolves

In the stories of the Ulster cycle, the Celtic goddess Morrighan is sometimes shown as a wolf. The connection with the wolf, along with the cow, suggests that in some areas, she may have been linked to fertility and land. Prior to her role as a warrior goddess, she was linked to sovereignty and kingship.

In Scotland, the goddess known as Cailleach is often associated with wolf folklore. She is an old woman who brings destruction and winter with her and rules the dark half of the year. She is portrayed riding a speeding wolf, bearing a hammer or a wand made of human flesh. In addition to her role as destroyer, she is depicted as a protector of wild things, like the wolf itself, according to the Carmina Gadelica.

Dan Puplett of TreesForLife describes the status of wolves in Scotland . He says,

"In Scotland, as early as the 2nd Century BC, King Dorvadilla decreed that anyone who killed a wolf would be rewarded with an ox, and in the 15th Century James the First of Scotland ordered the eradication of wolves in the kingdom. 'Last wolf' legends are found in many parts of Scotland, although the very last was allegedly killed in 1743, near the River Findhorn by a stalker named MacQueen. However, the historic accuracy of this story is dubious... Werewolf legends were particularly prevalent in parts of Eastern Europe until very recently. The Scottish equivalent is the legend of the Wulver on Shetland. The Wulver was said to have the body of a man and the head of a wolf."

Native American Tales

The wolf features prominently in a number of Native American stories . There is a Lakota tale about a woman who was injured while traveling. She was found by a wolf pack that took her in and nurtured her. During her time with them, she learned the ways of the wolves, and when she returned to her tribe, she used her newfound knowledge to help her people. In particular, she knew far before anyone else when a predator or enemy was approaching.

A Cherokee tale tells the story of the dog and the wolf. Originally, Dog lived on the mountain, and Wolf lived beside the fire. When winter came, though, Dog got cold, so he came down and sent Wolf away from the fire. Wolf went to the mountains and found that he liked it there. Wolf prospered in the mountains, and formed a clan of his own, while Dog stayed by the fire with the people. Eventually, the people killed Wolf, but his brothers came down and took revenge. Ever since then, Dog has been man’s faithful companion, but the people are wise enough not to hunt Wolf anymore.

Wolf Mothers

For Roman Pagans , the wolf is important indeed. The founding of Rome –and thus, an entire empire–was based on the story of Romulus and Remus, orphaned twins who were raised by a she-wolf. The name of the Lupercalia festival comes from the Latin Lupus , which means wolf. Lupercalia is held every year in February and is a multi-purpose event that celebrates the fertility of not only the livestock but people as well.

In Turkey, the wolf is held in high regard, and is seen in a similar light as to the Romans; the wolf Ashina Tuwu is the mother of the first of the great Khans. Also called Asena, she rescued an injured boy, nursed him back to health, and then bore him ten half-wolf half-human children. The eldest of these, Bumin Khayan, became chieftain of the Turkic tribes. Today the wolf is still seen as a symbol of sovereignty and leadership.

Deadly Wolves

In Norse legend , Tyr (also Tiw) is the one-handed warrior god... and he lost his hand to the great wolf, Fenrir. When the gods decided Fenrir had been causing too much trouble, they decided to put him in shackles. However, Fenrir was so strong that there was no chain that could hold him. The dwarves created a magical ribbon–called Gleipnir–that even Fenrir couldn’t escape. Fenrir was no fool and said he'd only allow himself to be tied with Gleipnir if one of the gods was willing to stick a hand in Fenrir's mouth. Tyr offered to do it, and once his hand was in Fenrir's mouth, the other gods tied Fenrir so he couldn’t escape. Tyr's right hand got bitten off in the struggle. Tyr is known in some stories as the "Leavings of the Wolf."

The Inuit peoples of North America hold the great wolf Amarok in high regard. Amarok was a lone wolf and did not travel with a pack. He was known for preying upon hunters foolish enough to go out at night. According to legend, Amarok came to the people when the caribou became so plentiful that the herd began to weaken and fall sick. Amarok came to prey upon the frail and ill caribou, thus allowing the herd to become healthy once more, so that man could hunt.

Wolf Myths and Misconceptions

In North America, wolves today have gotten a pretty bad rap. Over the past few centuries, Americans of European descent have systematically destroyed many of the wolf packs that existed and thrived in the United States. Emerson Hilton of  The Atlantic  writes ,

"A survey of American popular culture and mythology reveals the surprising extent to which the concept of the wolf as a monster has worked its way into the nation's collective consciousness." 
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The Sea-Wolf

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  • Full Title: The Sea-Wolf
  • When Written: 1903
  • Where Written: San Francisco
  • When Published: 1904
  • Literary Period: Realism, Naturalism
  • Genre: Adventure Novel
  • Setting: The Pacific Ocean between San Francisco and Japan
  • Climax: Humphrey Van Weyden barely survives Wolf Larsen’s final attempt to kill him.
  • Antagonist: Wolf Larsen
  • Point of View: First Person

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Ahead of His Time. Though Jack London is perhaps best remembered for his adventure stories, some of his stories could be classified as science fiction, making him an early writer in the genre.

Jack in the Boxcar. While Jack London sometimes exaggerated stories of his childhood poverty, it is true that he lived as a “railroad tramp” for a time, and he was even jailed for a month due to vagrancy.

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The Lone Pine Timber Company, which is owned by the "Daily Planet" and supplies it with the pulp wood to make its paper, is in danger of shutting down after a series of mishaps. When the las... Read all The Lone Pine Timber Company, which is owned by the "Daily Planet" and supplies it with the pulp wood to make its paper, is in danger of shutting down after a series of mishaps. When the last of its employees is scared off due to evidence of a werewolf on the premises, Perry Whit... Read all The Lone Pine Timber Company, which is owned by the "Daily Planet" and supplies it with the pulp wood to make its paper, is in danger of shutting down after a series of mishaps. When the last of its employees is scared off due to evidence of a werewolf on the premises, Perry White sends Clark, Jimmy, and Lois to investigate.

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  • Jacques Olivier

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  • Trivia Jane Adams (Babette DuLoque) had previously played Vicki Vale in Batman and Robin (1949) , also a DC Comics character.
  • Goofs Perry White says he's booking a flight on "Consolidated Flight 64" for Clark, Lois and Jimmy. The aircraft later shown (obviously stock footage from some old film) is clearly marked Pan American Airways.

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