My Wolf, My Friend

My Wolf My Friend Original Title Sasha My Friend Hallie s new life in the Montana wilderness is lonely and boring until she rescues the little wolf cub and takes him home Tiny Sasha is so soft and furry he really seem

  • Title: My Wolf, My Friend
  • Author: Barbara Corcoran
  • ISBN: 9780590102698
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Paperback
  • Original Title Sasha, My Friend Hallie s new life in the Montana wilderness is lonely and boring until she rescues the little wolf cub and takes him home Tiny Sasha is so soft and furry he really seems like a dog than a wolf.But Sasha is a wolf and he s growing up The adults even Hallie s father don t like the idea of a pet wolf And one hunter in town h Original Title Sasha, My Friend Hallie s new life in the Montana wilderness is lonely and boring until she rescues the little wolf cub and takes him home Tiny Sasha is so soft and furry he really seems like a dog than a wolf.But Sasha is a wolf and he s growing up The adults even Hallie s father don t like the idea of a pet wolf And one hunter in town has sworn to kill him on sight.What can Hallie do She loves Sasha so much She can t keep him locked up But if he runs in the woods, how can she protect him

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    • April Klasen says:

      My Wolf, My Friend by Barbara Corcoran (original title Sasha, My Friend). Take a step back in time to the beautiful wilderness and lose your heart to it.Hallie loses her mother in an automobile accident, which nearly kills her father too. To help him recover, she insists they leave sunny California and move to the little Christmas tree property her father owns in Montana. Goodbye everything familiar. Goodbye comfort. Goodbye friends. But it isn’t all gloomy; Hallie quickly learns how to care f [...]

    • 5inabus says:

      If I could pinpoint the book that started it all, this is the one. In a nutshell, it is the story of city girl who moves to a remote farm in the Montana wilderness with her father, after the sudden death of her mother. Left largely to her own devices, Hallie befriends a wolfcub with tragic consequences. I read and re-read this book at a kid, seizing every time on the heartbreaking passage at the end that left me sobbing time and time again. The wonder of the almost magical power this book had ov [...]

    • Hannah says:

      Rating Clarification: 4.5 StarsMy Wolf, My Friend was another early childhood favorite, along with Virginia Frances Voight's Mystery at Deer Hill, which solidified a lifelong reading obsession about the wilderness and wildlife. This coming of age story about a 15 year old girl is really one that shines with realism, as young Hallie is uprooted from her sunny California life after the death of her mother and travels to the wilds of Montana with her dad to help him recover his health and assist hi [...]

    • Jessy says:

      I remember randomly finding this book at my Mothers house one day. I would have been around 11 years old.I remember thinking it sounded interesting so I read it. I don't have much memory of the story at all, except for one part that made me bawl. I think that's why I remember the story. You don't forget things like that.

    • Tahni says:

      The first thing I want to say is that this book is absolutely a product of its time. Published in '69, the age of this books shows in a variety of subtle ways, but most noticeably it shows in its treatment of gender, i.e. casually relegating the main character to kitchen duty because "cooking is a woman's work" and the casual dismissal of the cruelty of one male character, especially when he abandon's his little sister's birthday party, because "it's not a man's thing" to stay a celebrate a birt [...]

    • Pattie Crider says:

      Great book for early to mid teens. A girl and her pet wolf.

    • Nedra Nichols says:

      This was my favorite childhood book. I've been searching for it for a few decades. It was a great book and I read it many, many times.

    • Stephanie A. says:

      I want to knock off half a star for the ending, but otherwisewonderful old fashioned story set in a remote location that makes it almost timeless. Partly a "dog" story featuring an entertaining little friend, partly coming-of-age as Hallie tries to make the best of her lonely surroundings for the sake of her father's health, and the best of both worlds, full of such memorable characters as the polio-crippled Birdie and the quiet but companionable Black Thunder who helps her learn to feel comfort [...]

    • 799tee says:

      15 year old Hallie lives in the wilderness of Montana. Hallie rescues and brings home a wolf pup she names Sasha. As Sasha grows to become a full grown wolf many people don't like the idea of Hallie keeping him as a pet. Instructional idea: read aloud, vocabulary, reading skills: prediction, summary, discuss connections: text-to text, text-to self, text to world, and author's craft.

    • Laura says:

      I read this book when I was 9. And 10. And 11. And 12.I still love this book.

    • Partridge Public says:

      Corcoran, Barbara

    • Kasey says:

      One of my faves when I was about 10.

    • Lee Graham says:

      Love this book looking for a copy now so I can read it to my boys

    • Ruth says:

      I read this as a child when the title was, Sasha, My Friend. I ended up naming my cat Sasha after this book.

    • Paige says:

      I was up till ten-o-clock reading this book, very enjoyable

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