Denver/Boulder: Denver Museum of Natural History/Roberts Rinehart, 1989.. Paperback, 4to, 52 pages, bibliography; illustrated by Gail Kohler Opsahl. Tales and projects to delight and inform. A fun introduction the the wolf intended for ages 8 to 12. 1st printing. Near fine condition.. Soft cover.
San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1995.. Pictorial wraps, 8vo, 78 pages, maps; color photos by Peggy and Erwin Bauer. The young of all wild canid species (including the wolf, coyote, fox, wild dogs); profusely illustrated. 1st printing. As new condition.. ISBN: 0811810399. Soft cover.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1956.. Gilt-stamped cloth binding, 8vo, dust jacket, 301 pages; 32 pages black-and-white photos by the author; foreword by A. Starker Leopold. The author's 18 months in the wilderness of the Brooks Range of Alaska. Later printing. Fair to good condition, in fair to good dust jacket (price clip) in Mylar.. Hardcover.
New York: New American Library, 1964.. Cloth, 8vo, dust jacket, 186 pages, 16 pages of black-and-white photos. The true story of the wolf Kunu, born in the Tacoma Zoo and adopted and raised by the author's family. Stated 1st printing. Good+ condition (wolf-related clippings and decorations pasted in, but text is not affected), in good+ dust jacket.. F. Hardcover.
Livingston: Clark City Press, 1992.. Gilt-stamped green cloth, 8vo, dust jacket, 165 pages, black-and-white photos, full-page map, charts showing Pleasant Valley and Ninemile pack relationships. Acclaimed account of wolves in Montana. Stated 1st printing. Near fine condition, in near fine dust jacket in Mylar.. ISBN: 0944439470. F. Hardcover.
New York: Knopf, 1995.. Cloth, 8vo, dust jacket, 374 pages, index, detailed list of subspecies and maps of their distribution. Vivid account of the North American wolf in the wilderness and in the imagination. 3d printing (November 1995). As new condition.. ISBN: 0679418814. Hardcover.
New York: E. P. Dutton, 1975.. Cloth, 8vo, dust jacket, 149 pages; black-and-white drawings by David K. Stone. The British author's exploration of Minnesota's Superior National Forest. Stated 1st edition. Very good condition, in very good dust jacket in Mylar.. ISBN: 0876901704. F. Hardcover.
New York: Dodd, Mead (Wonder Books series), 1970.. Cloth, 8vo, dust jacket, 80 pages, index; black-and-white drawings by the author. Fine drawings of the timber wolf, as well as the red fox, coyote and other animals of its range; a young reader's introduction to the wild canids of North America. 1st edition. Good condition, in fair dust jacket (chips and tears).. ISBN: 0396071554. Hardcover.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1995.. Cloth, 8vo, dust jacket, 374 pages, index, detailed list and distribution maps showing range of gray wolf subspecies. Vivid account of the North American wolf in the wilderness and in the imagination. Stated 1st edition. Pristine, as new condition.. ISBN: 0679418814. F. Hardcover.
New York: Bantam, 1979.. Wraps, 16mo, 164 pages. The classic story of a Canadian government biologist's summer among Arctic wolves. 30th anniversary edition, with a new preface by the author. 24th printing. Very good condition (faint browning of pages is the sole defect).. ISBN: 0553273965. Soft cover.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1980.. Cloth, 8vo, dust jacket, 210 pages. The author's first novel; an eerie tale of an heiress who turns her New England property into a wolf sanctuary. Stated 1st edition. Very good condition, in very good dust jacket in Mylar.. ISBN: 0394510216. F. Hardcover.
Seattle: Alaska Northwest Books, 1993.. Wraps, 8vo, 247 pages, index, bibliography, chronology. Anthology covering the gray, red, and Mexican wolves, with contributions from Rick Bass, David E. Brown, Roger A. Caras, Jan DeBlieu, John Haines, Linda Hasselstrom, Edward Hoagland, Aldo Leopold, Barry Lopez, Rick McIntyre, Thomas McNamee, Farley Mowat, Adolph Murie, John A. Murray, Richard Nelson, Dan O'Brien, Sigurd F. Olson, Paul Schullery, Tom Walker, and David Rains Wallace. 1st thus. Near fine condition.. Soft cover.
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1976.. Cloth, 4to, dust jacket, 206 pages, index, bibliography, illustrated endpapers, numerous black-and-white and color illustrations (photos, art reproductions, line drawings). Natural history, plus the impact of the wolf on human life in legend, religion, magic, and literature. Stated 1st American edition. Very good condition, in good dust jacket (chip at tail of spine; some wear overall).. ISBN: 0672521415. F. Hardcover.
New York: Dover, no date [reprint of 1944 edition].. Wraps, 8vo, 385 pages, black-and-white photos and drawings, charts. This is Part I, the first volume of a two-volume set: Their History, Habits, Economic Statis, and Control. Good condition.. Soft cover.
Mankato: Creative Editions, 1994., 1994. Cloth (gilt-stamped spine), oblong 8vo, dust jacket, 32 pages; illustrated by the author. Children's picture book based on an ancient Inuit creation myth involving the wolf and caribou; "Amorak" means "spirit of the wolf." 1st edition. As new condition.. ISBN: 0886826624. F. Hardcover.
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996.. Cloth (gilt-stamped spine), 8vo, dust jacket, 213 pages. This mystery novel's action centers on wolf reintroduction in Montana. Stated 1st edition/1st printing. Very good condition, in very good dust jacket (a single small tear).. ISBN: 0312140789. Hardcover.
Austin: Tribe of Two Press, 1983.. Cloth, 8vo, 48 pages; illustrated by Frank Howell. Moving, poetic story of the wolf "as Told to Turtle Woman Singing by Her Father, Sharp-Eyed Hawk"; beautifully illustrated and ideal for reading aloud. Stated 1st edition. Good+ condition (slight soil on covers); no dust jacket.. Hardcover.
San Francisco/Boston: Sierra Club Books (Sierra Club Wildlife Library)/Little, Brown, 1990.. Cloth (gilt-stamped spine), 4to, dust jacket, 64 pages, index, color photos and drawings. Profusely and beautifully illustrated introduction to the wolf; for young readers. Stated 1st edition/3d printing. As new condition.. ISBN: 0316516767. F. Hardcover.
Boston: Little, Brown, 1966.. Cloth, 8vo, dust jacket, 175 pages; black-and-white drawings by Charles Fracé. Fictionalized biography of the famous North Dakota wolf, trapped and shot in October 1920. 2d printing. Very good condition (sticker residue, scuffing on front pastedown endpaper), in good dust jacket (price clip; tear; shows wear), in Mylar.. Hardcover.
New York: Puffin/Penguin, 1984.. Illustrated wraps, 12mo, 136 pages. India is the setting for this story of two children raised by wolves. Fiction for ages 12 and up. 1st thus. Very good condition (pages faintly browned).. ISBN: 0140364773. Soft cover.