“Prior to contact, our children were taught important life lessons through stories. Caroll has captured the essence of this through her beautifully illustrated books . . . Caroll’s work is not only timely, it is vital.” —Robert Charlie, former chief of the Ts'il Kaz Koh First Nation
This is the tale two wolf cubs found and raised in a village on the Pacific coast as human children. The wolf cub brothers, Tkope and Klale, are very different from one another. One feels most at home in the forest, while the other is more comfortable in the sea. When they undergo a supernatural transformation, one turns into a Sea Wolf and one turns into a Timber Wolf. Although they are separated, their howling voices unite at regular intervals, waking up Moon and saving the world from uncertain darkness.Taking inspiration from the legends and visual art of Northwest Coast First Nations, this beautifully illustrated story is ideally suited to children aged six to nine
We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund and the Canada Council for the Arts,
and of the province of British Columbia through the British Columbia Arts Council and the Book Publishing Tax Credit.