Howl

About the Author: Karen Hood-Caddy

Even though I was raised in a big city, Toronto, and went to University there York U which always sounds a little like swearing we had an awesome cottage in Muskoka, where I spent many, many hours devouring books Over the years, I saw that pristine natural paradise become a playground of the rich and famous and it lost its feelings of wilderness something I loved So, my books are about pe Even though I was raised in a big city, Toronto, and went to University there York U which always sounds a little like swearing we had an awesome cottage in Muskoka, where I spent many, many hours devouring books Over the years, I saw that pristine natural paradise become a playground of the rich and famous and it lost its feelings of wilderness something I loved So, my books are about people trying to keep that wilderness and all the animals that call the wilderness they re home In each book, whether its my adult series or the new YA series, the characters wrestle with an environmental issue and all the drama that entails they save lakes, bears, raccoons and all kinds of wild things Read the books to find out


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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Howl
  • Karen Hood-Caddy
  • English
  • 07 April 2017
  • 1926607252

Howl Twelve Year Old Robin Will Never Get Over Her Mother S Death Nor Will She Forgive Her Father For Moving The Family To A Small Town To Live With A Weird Grandmother At Her New School Robin Is Laughingly Called Green Girl And Is Taunted Relentlessly Because Of An Award She Received She Decides Not To Care About Anyone Or Anything But When Her Pregnant Dog Plunges Into The Frozen Lake, She Saves The Dog And Hence The Puppies.Robin Finds She Can T Stop Herself From Caring She Begins Rescuing Wild Animals And Rehabilitates Them In The Barn Robin S Father Forbids Her To Take In , But She Rescues Some Skunks, Anyway, And Hides Them Other Animals Arrive, And Soon She S Running An Illegal Animal Shelter When She S Found Out, Robin Mounts A Campaign To Save Her Shelter Will She Have The Courage To Stand Against The Whole Town

10 thoughts on “Howl

  1. Rhiannon Ryder says:

    I love me a good book about animal rescue, especially when it s an inspiring read about how someone ends up making a living at it Lets face it, if I could manage it I would totally be one of those people with a sanctuary So when Dundurn Press talked me up about Howl I knew I had to read it.From the back of the book Robin will never get over her mother s death Nor will she forgive her father for moving the family to a small town in cottage country to live with her weird grandmother In order t I love me a good book about animal rescue, especially when it s an inspiring read about how someone ends up making a living at it Lets face it, if I c...

  2. Corielle says:

    No, no animals die during this really adorable YA novel that I sort of checked out by accident but really ended up loving So put your mind at ease and enjoy The Wild Place.Robin s mother dies when she is 12, and shortly after, her veterinarian father uproots them all teen queen Ari, brainy Robin and little brother Squirm and moves to a small town so they can live with their grandmother The grandmother, who I loved, helps Robin grieve for her mother and get over some other long buried issue No, no animals die during this really adorable YA novel that I sort of checked out by accident but really ended up loving So put your mind at ease and enjoy The Wild Place.Robin s mother dies when she is 12, and shortly after, her veterinarian father uproots them all teen queen Ari, brainy Robin and little brother Squirm and moves to a small town so they can live with their grandmother The grandmother, who I loved, helps Robin grieve for her mother and get over some other long buried issues with her sister, with swimming during the course of a school year.The biggest therapeutic aid, however, is the animal preserve that Robin, along with her friends and family, begin in their grandmother s barn It starts with puppies by the way, what se...

  3. Justine says:

    I won book two in this series from Goodreads First Reads, so obviously I had to read book one I really enjoyed this read even though it was a middle grade read This book taught a lot of lessons that I could stand behind I really like these characters, even if I didn t like certain ones at the begining I came around I m really excited to read the next book to see what happens nex Any animal lover should read this series I also think kids of all ages and even adult...

  4. Craig says:

    A good book for a pre teen young adult Howl is a quick read covering many different issues facing kids today bullying the environment starting at a new school family troubles ethical treatment of animals etc ...

  5. Andrew says:

    Yep It s a happy ending.The gang, who now has a license to care for injured animals with a operating room now have their lives as they used to be.Connor Kingshot now with a major loss of votes, with enough money to sustain, the animal shelter is now successful I think this ...

  6. Anny says:

    It is a heart warming story about a girl who saves the animals when her father tells her not to.