Item description for Cry of the Wolf by Zane Spencer & Jay Leech...
How can young Jim Tyler forget that awful night? After all, he was the one driving the truck the rainy night when his dad was killed.
Once out of the hospital and back at the Tyler J-Bar-J Ranch, Jim mopes and feels blue. Confined to a wheelchair, he has lost interest in the farm and his friends. His mom, Aunt Martha, and ranch hand Monty all pitch in and try to cheer Jim. Classmates from school visit. But Jim doesn't want to get better or to help himself walk again. Not even the threatened loss of the farm forces him to make an effort.
Then the cry of the wolf echoes through the night and terror stalks the invalid!
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More About Zane Spencer & Jay Leech
Spencer is a full time freelance writer. He earned a BA and an MA at Eastern Michigan University, and teaches creative writing classes at Mott Community College in Flint, Michigan.
Zane Spencer currently resides in Flint, in the state of Michigan. Zane Spencer was born in 1935.
Reviews - What do customers think about Cry of the Wolf?
Cry of the Wolf Feb 18, 2001
As a teacher of twenty-two years, I am always looking for quality literature that lends itself to being read aloud in the classroom. CRY OF THE WOLF is such a book! The story is riveting and keeps children on the edge of their seats. You know you have a winner when students ask you not to stop reading or remind you that it is time to start! Whe Jim Tyler comes face to face with the memacing wolves he must confront not only the hungry predators but the fact that he is an invalid lost deeply in his own self-pity. The story is so competely spellbinding that it won't be forgotten by those who read it. I strongly recommend this novel to children ages ten to sixteen.
Cry Of The Wolf, a winner! Feb 15, 2001
Cry of the Wolf is a beautiful book about a young handicapped boy who finds he can actually do more than he thought when he puts his mind to it, and that thinking of some one, or something other than himself is a better way than self pity. I'd highly recommend this book to young people to the age of 13 or 14.