The Dog in Wolf's Clothing: Anya Faces her Fears and Finds a Friend

The Dog in Wolf's Clothing: Anya Faces her Fears and Finds a Friend

by Pam Atherstone


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A read-along or read-with book for Ages 4-8
Anya has come to spend the winter with her Oma Sonia. (Oma means Grandmother) Oma Sonia lives in the snow-covered forests of Siberia. These forests are also full of wolves. Anya is terrified of wolves. One night Anya hears noises in the snow outside the cabin. Are those wolves Anya hears...or something else? Will she overcome her fear and find a new friend? Join Anya as she meets The Dog in Wolf's Clothing

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ISBN-13: 9781519405388
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/20/2015
Pages: 36
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.09(d)

About the Author

Pam Atherstone is a multi-award winning author of historical fiction. This story is her first children's book and introduces some of the characters from her novel. ...Like Footprints in the Wind
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Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite Anya was afraid of wolves. And that’s a problem because she is living in a very isolated place, in a cottage with her Oma (grandmother) in the far north in Siberia. It’s winter and there’s lots of wolves outside, big wolves, and they’re very hungry wolves. The worst part is at night when they howl. The louder the howling, the closer they are to the cottage. One night, the howling was very close. Anya didn’t want to wake Oma, so she carefully peered out her bedroom window. The sight of glowing eyes very close to her window really scared her, so she ran to Oma’s room to wake her. Oma tried to reassure Anya, going to the cottage door to look outside. What she found was Anya’s Uncle Rodin and his team of sled dogs. One of the dogs, Miko, was injured and had to be brought inside. Anya was frightened at first, but after much encouragement, she overcame her fear and cuddled with Miko and made a new friend. Fear is a difficult feeling to overcome and Anya was very brave in the end. All children have fears and they usually turn to someone they trust, a parent or a grandparent, for reassurance. In Pam Atherstone’s colorfully illustrated children’s picture book story, The Dog in Wolf’s Clothing: Anya Faces Her Fears and Finds a Friend, children can follow a charming story about a little girl living in Siberia. Young readers will learn a little bit about life in Siberia, about the wolves, and the sled dogs used to travel around the frozen countryside. This is a good book for teaching young readers, but also encouraging them to face their fears like Anya did. A fascinating tale.