The Call of the Wild

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Simon and Schuster, Jan 24, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
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First published in 1903, The Call of the Wild is regarded as Jack London's masterpiece. Based on London's experiences as a gold prospector in the Canadian wilderness and his ideas about nature and the struggle for existence, The Call of the Wild is a tale about unbreakable spirit and the fight for survival in the frozen Alaskan Klondike.
 

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Great book, but be careful

User Review  - godlymommichele - Christianbook.com

This is a great story. It's not a feel good book, though and you may want to be cautious with especially young children. There are fights amongst the dogs and other violent content also there is a ... Read full review

Eww and Boring

User Review  - IamMockingjay - Borders

THis book seemed alright at first but then dogs get shreaded apart by other dogs and they get killed and whatnot. It was horrible. It was also VERY VERY VERY boring. Read full review

Contents

Foreword
Into the Primitive
The Law of Club and Fang
The Dominant Primordial Beast
Who Has Won to Mastership
The Toil of Trace and Trail
For the Love of a
The Sound of the Call
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Jack London (1876–1916) was a prolific American novelist and short story writer. His most notable works include White Fang, The Call of the Wild, and The Sea-Wolf. He was born in San Francisco, California.

Gary Paulsen is one of the most honored writers of contemporary literature for young readers, author of three Newbery Honor titles, Dogsong, Hatchet, and The Winter Room. He has written over 100 books for adults and young readers. He divides his time among Alaska, New Mexico, Minnesota, and the Pacific.

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