Like most children, Moon’s life is busy. School is followed by homework, followed by piano practice, followed by chores; and the next day it all begins again. Moon is good at doing everything expected, but she wonders: what it would be like if she didn’t have so much to do.
And then, one night, she meets a wolf. Not the wolf you’re expecting – not the one that plagued the pigs, or grinned at Red Riding Hood. This wolf takes her to the forest, away from home and the endless round of things-to-do. Moon doesn’t command or tame the wolves, she learns from them – she learns to howl, to hide, and how to be wild.
A big congratulations to Alison and Jennifer Greene at Clarion Books. I can't wait for this book to be out in the world!