926 Raindrops - Gift of the Wild
926 Raindrops - Gift of the Wild
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Have you ever lost yourself, and then found yourself again? Behind her eyes, there is a story. Behind her pain, there is peace. Behind her story, there is a lesson. The true story about the wild bond between a girl and Yellowstone Wolf 926F. Pay attention to the things you are naturally drawn to. They are often connected to your path, passion and purpose in life. Have the courage to follow them. Let nature be your guide.

Book Details

Genre: 

  • Nonfiction

Age Level: 

  • Any Age

The book 926 Raindrops - Gift of the Wild was written by Gloria Straube, who is a daughter, a sister, a wife, a mother, a strong-willed woman, and a passionate advocate for voiceless animals. The author tells the story of her life in the book, so it  belongs to the non-fiction genre. Gloria's story is written in stages, beginning with her childhood, chapter by chapter, and the author reveals her personality, making it easier for the reader to feel what the author went through and understand the motives for her actions.

The book 926 Raindrops - Gift of the Wild starts off talking about the author's childhood and shows her growth through narrating various events and milestones in her life. Gloria always knew she was different from other kids, having grown up in a household with very nontrinitarian beliefs. While other kids her age played with cats and dogs, Gloria was attracted to tadpoles and kept them in jars around her house.
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