Blue Wolf

  • Title: Blue Wolf
  • Author: Catherine Creedon
  • ISBN: 9780060508708
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Paperback
  • Blue Wolf When he visits his aunt s secluded mountain home Korean American teenager Jamie Park haunted by the death of his mother learns that he has the ability to transform himself into a wolf a discovery t
    When he visits his aunt s secluded mountain home, Korean American teenager Jamie Park, haunted by the death of his mother, learns that he has the ability to transform himself into a wolf a discovery that forever changes his own life as well as the lives of those around him Ages 8 12.

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    About Catherine Creedon


    1. Catherine Creedon is a storyteller, archivist, librarian, and award winning essayist She has worked in a prison library, museum library, a bookmobile, a library shaped like a castle, and another that looked like a ship She grew up in Minnesota, and now lives on the eastern end of Long Island with her husband, Scott Sandell, and their two sons BLUE WOLF, part one in a trilogy of fantasy novels for children, is her first book.


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    1. You want drama in your life? I’ll give you drama! Jamie visits a family ranch out west and discovers the real reason that he was sent there. It has to do with the wolves that are constantly around, wolves that can turn into humans and then back into wolf shape again. If you’d like a touch of supernatural in your life and you’re not afraid of shape-changers, read this one.

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    2. This book had a great idea, but it didn't congeal correctly. There were many loose ends that never got tied up, and the main character was rather stupid.

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    3. BLUE WOLF FAN FICTION I am driving back to the cabin with Jamie sitting in the passenger seat sound asleep. It kinda felt weird driving with someone in the car with me because I’m used to driving alone. We got to the cabin and we get out of the car Jamie walks around carefully step by step . He cautiously wonders where he is and why she brought him to a cabin in the middle of nowhere. As we step inside Jamie asks me “Louise are you really my aunt?” I wait a few seconds before responding [...]

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    4. As a teen novel, the amount is appropriate and would have been engaging for one. I loved the plot as it was magical and fantasy-like. I would say it is a unique story on its own; about wolves with flutes, and interesting magical family members. Although it was both interesting and engaging for me, I wished the story was more elaborated and detailed. There was some unexplained parts in the story (such as travelling during winter part), which I wished to know more about. The story was too brief, i [...]

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    5. Jamie has been depressed since his mother died. After he imagined wolves running with him in a race, he goes to spend the summer in the Pacific Northwest with his Aunt Louise. While there he is taught to play a bone flute and eventually learns of his family's wolf heritage and must make some tough choices.

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    6. When Jamie was young his mother rescued him from his flute-playing uncle because she felt he was not yet ready to make the choice the flute would force on him. Now he finds imaginary wolves chase him when he runs. When an opportunity arises to stay for a while with an aunt he didn’t even know he had, his father almost demands he go.

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    7. So convoluted! Between long lost family, a dead mother, aloof father and scientific observations all centered around a teenage guy I spent most of the book missing a lot of information and being frustrated at the lack of explanation. The end was just like "alright then , sure" Not a favorite.

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    8. Weird book. I absolutely hated reading it.

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    9. Amazing book! If you enjoy nature, mystery and magic it is a must read!

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    10. I couldn't finish it So bored. All over the place really. Couldn't get invested in these totally random character.

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    11. All I can say is that it was OK

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    12. Bought this at an old library sale a long time ago. One of the best books I've accidentally stumbled upon.

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