Tracy C. Read - (non-fiction) A youthfull approch to exploring how the wolf succeeds in the wild, wilst being a social annimal.
David Clement-Davies - (fiction) A follow-up story to
Karen R. Jones - (non-fiction) - This controversial study examines the tumultuous relationship between humans and wolves in four Rocky Mountain parks.
Doug Peacock - (non-fiction) For nearly twenty years, alone and unarmed, author Doug Peacock traversed the rugged mountains of Montana and Wyoming tracking the magnificent grizzly.
McTavish, Nunn & Wentzloff - (non-fiction) Youth resource book
Jean Craighead - (fiction) - Julie's decision to return home to her people is not an easy one. But after many months in the wilderness, living in harmony with the wolves that saved her life, she knows the time has come.
Jean Craighead George - (fiction) To her small Eskimo village, she is known as Miyax; to her friend in San Francisco, she is Julie. When her life in the village becomes dangerous, Miyax runs away, only to find herself lost in the Alaskan wilderness.
Jonathan London - (fiction) - Readers will be entranced by the simple, poetic text and the spectacular illustrations, which follow the restless Gray Wolf as he wanders through a winter night.
Jeff Gailus - (non-fiction) The grizzly bear, once the archetype for all that is wild, is quickly becoming a symbol of nature's fierce but flagging resilience in the face of human greed and ignorance-and the difficulty a wealth-addicted society has in changing its ways
Bobbie Kalman - (non-fiction)- An introduction to the wolf, including some of the different types, pack structure, reproduction, hunting, and dangers faced by wolves in the wild.
Jean Craighead George - (fiction) This book comes a third exciting adventure about the wolf pack that saved the life of a young girl when she was lost on the tundra.
Jeff Gailus (non-fiction) - Beginning in 1967 and for just over 30 years, the oil industry toiled in the relative obscurity of Northern Alberta as machines peeled away earth and boreal forest to exhume what has now become one of humanity’s most precious and contentious resources: bitumen.
McTavish, Nunn & Wentzloff - (non-fiction)- This book is an interactive book for youth, inviting readers to re-examine the text and pictures for hidden clues about the wilderness.
Jean Craighead George - (fiction) It features a boy who learns about courage, independence, and the need for companionship while attempting to live in a forested area of New York state.
Farley Mowat - (non-fiction) In 1948–1949, the Dominion Wildlife Service assigns the author to investigate the cause of declining caribou populations and determine whether wolves are to blame for the shortage.
Berry Lopez - (non-fiction) - Of Wolves and Men reveals the uneasy interaction between wolves and civilization over the centuries, and the wolf's prominence in our thoughts about wild creatures.
Laura Evert - (non-fiction) - This youth book talks about where the animal lives, what it eats, when it sleeps, how it raises its young, and much more. Full color photos and illustrations. Sidebar 'Fun Facts', an index and a list of useful internet sites.
Peter Steinhart - (non-fiction) As wolves return to their old territory in Yellowstone National Park, their presence is reawakening passions as ancient as their tangled relations with human beings.
Peter Dettling - (non-fiction) With wide-eyed exuberance Dettling moved to the heart of the Canadian Rockies in 2003, working as an artist and nature photographer. For years he documented the beauty and splendour of life in the mountains of western Canada, selling his art and photography to countless tourists and locals.
Robert H. Busch - (non-fiction) The Wolf Almanac has become an acknowledged reference work on the evolution and history of wolves: their biology and physiology, behavior and sociology; and their influence in ancient culture and mythology.
Muslani, Boitani & Paquet - (non-fiction) The World of Wolves offers a fresh and provocative look at current trends in wolf and wildlife management.
Rebecca L. Grambo - (non-fiction) - Drawing on a wide variety of sources, the author weaves together ancient legends, up-to-date science, historical writings and personal observations.