The Last Lobo

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Hyperion Book CH, Jul 23, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
7 Reviews
When Jacob travels with his grandfather back to the Hopi reservation where he was born, he gets a lot more than a quiet trip to the desert. He quickly discovers that the Hopi on the reservation are divided over a lobo, an endangered Mexican wolf, which some say is hunting on the reservation.

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Review: The Last Lobo (Jacob Lansa #3)

User Review  - Catherine - Goodreads

One thing I enjoy about Smith's writing is that every book is different from the others. He covers a vast array of topics. I enjoyed learning about lobos (wolves) in this this story. Read full review

Review: The Last Lobo (Jacob Lansa #3)

User Review  - Erik This Kid Reviews Books - Goodreads

This is a great book from one of my favorite authors. I love that it teaches a little bit about the Native American cultures in that area (New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, etc.). I like Buckley a lot. He's ... Read full review

About the author (2001)

Roland Smith was born in Portland, Oregon on November 30, 1951. He received a Bachelor's degree in English from Portland State University. His job working for a children's zoo began a 20-year career as a zookeeper. After working to save wildlife following the Exxon Valdez oil spill, his first non-fiction book, Sea Otter Rescue, was published in 1990. He continued to draw upon his zoo experiences for other non-fiction titles, including Journey of the Red Wolf, which won an Oregon Book Award in 1996. His first novel, Thundercave, was published in 1997. His other fiction books include The Captain's Dog: My Journey with the Lewis and Clark Tribe, Zach's Lie, Jack's Run, Cryptid Hunters, Peak, and Shatterproof. He also writes the I, Q. series and the Storm Runners series.

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