Baree, Son of Kazan
The follow-up to his popular 1914 novel Kazan, Baree, Son of Kazan follows the life of little Baree, the wolf/dog mix that is the son of the noble Kazan. Through a perilous chain of events, Baree becomes separated from the pack and is eventually rescued by a young girl and her father, a trapper. This gripping novel is a must-read for Jack London fans.
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