Wolf Camp {Book Review}

Wolf Camp {Book Review}

I received a copy of “Wolf Camp” ($16.99 value) in exchange for this promotion. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own.


Here’s good ole Homer, a dog, who wonders and dreams about being a wolf.  Then one day, Homer gets an invitation to attend “Wolf Camp”.  Of course he thinks he has to attend and then with subtle persuasion his human family agrees also.  “Wolf Camp” wasn’t what Homer had expected as the food was “yucky” and it was a little “scary” sleeping outside under the stars.  Each day he adjusted to life in the wild and gained confidence to actually get a certificate to prove he was an honorary wolf.    When it was time to come home, Homer was feeling a little sad, but knew now he was different and an “honorary wolf”.

Wolf Camp is a colorful hardcover for ages 4-8 (grades Preschool – 3).  Cute, funny book for young readers who enjoy stories about animals.   Illustrations are great and really make this book what it is…just plain fun.  Get your copy today at Amazon or Barnes & Noble or anywhere books are sold.

About the Author

Andrea Zuill’s debut picture book, Wolf Camp, is based on her own dog, Homer, who appeared in a series of comics entitled Urban Wolf. Also a fine artist, she often shows her work in galleries in California, Texas, and New York.

Cynthia Tait

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