Eric and the Enchanted Leaf: A Visit with Canis Lupis by Deborah K. Frontiera

Eric and the Enchanted Leaf: A Visit with Canis Lupis
Deborah K. Frontiera
Grace Enterprises (2005)
ISBN 9780966362985
Reviewed by Matthew Feliciano (age 7) for Reader Views (2/08)

In this book, “Eric and the Enchanted Leaf: A Visit with Canis Lupis,” Eric goes on a trip with his father.  When he takes a walk in the woods, he uses his leaf and wishes to learn about wolves.  He finds a wolf named Canis and this wolf is his guide to the wolf world.

Canis leads Eric through the forest but soon they run into another wolf pack.  They back away in time and do not have to fight the other pack to survive.  Researchers find the wolves and did research on the wolves to help them survive.  Canis tells Eric that humans should leave nature alone and learn from the researchers.

I was very surprised that this book was in English and Spanish.  I have never seen a book that did that before.  I liked “Eric and the Enchanted Leaf: A Visit with Canis Lupis” a lot.  This book was really good, especially if you like wolves.

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One Response to Eric and the Enchanted Leaf: A Visit with Canis Lupis by Deborah K. Frontiera

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