True Story of a Captivity-Born Wolf Teaches about Wildlife Preservation
Elizabeth Stanley chronicles the life of a wolf that serves as the ambassador for her species.
The Legend of Rami the Wolf explores the lives of the wolves, the cousins of manís best friend, dogs. Filled with vibrant illustrations, the book makes for an entertaining educational tool to learn about Canis lupus and its importance in keeping the balance of the ecosystem.
Rami is a captive-born gray wolf living in a sanctuary with forty other rescued wolves, all cared for by humans. Being imprinted by humans, she will not survive if released to the wild. Her exceptional ability to overcome her innate shyness of humans and accept being in human company made her an excellent candidate to be a wolf ambassador. The Legend of Rami the Wolf by Elizabeth U. Stanley relives Ramiís adventures as a special wolf who, with her human companions, teaches others about wolves and wildlife preservation.
The Legend of Rami the Wolf explores the lives of the wolves, the cousins of manís best friend, dogs. Filled with vibrant illustrations, the book makes for an entertaining educational tool to learn about Canis lupus and its importance in keeping the balance of the ecosystem. The story is told in Ramiís perspective, which adds a fresh and honest view of the events.
Young and adult readers will find a lot to learn not only about wolves, but also about preserving all wildlife, maintaining the natural habitat of wildlife, and taking responsibility for the planet and its natural resources.
The book was featured in the 23rd Beijing International Book Fair on August 24Ė28, 2016. The event was held at the China International Exhibition Center.
The Legend of Rami the Wolf
Written by Elizabeth U. Stanley
Kindle | $3.99
Paperback | $10.99
Book copies are available at www.litfirepublishing.com, and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Elizabeth U. Stanley obtained bachelorís and masterís degrees in human services from New Hampshire College. She specialized in early childhood education and community counseling psychology. Elizabeth founded the Storybook Barn School, a nursery school for three- to five-year-old children.
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