Never cry wolf

Farley Mowat

Book - 1963

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Published
Boston : Little, Brown [1963]
Language
English
Physical Description
246 p.
ISBN
9780316881791
Main Author
Farley Mowat (-)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

A biologist's official mission to study wolves turns up many unusual facts about their pattern of living.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

A noted biologist and author of People of the Deer describes how his official mission to study wolves for the Canadian Wildlife Service turns up many unusual facts about their pattern of living and refutes many of the commonly held myths about these magical creatures of the wild. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

By enquiring into the puzzle of sibling relations, Frank J. Sulloway pioneers a new view of how family affects individual development. He shows that birth-order is so fundamental to the family that it transcends gender, class and nationality.