Front Street, Hardcover, 9781932425758, 214pp.
Publication Date: March 1, 2007
Jake and Lucy hike to Sheldon Mountain: Jake to prove his dad right or wrong about the wolf he claims he saw; Lucy to escape her father's cruelty. Jake's dad saw the wolf before Jake was born. They say wolves don't live in this country, yet in the night Jake hears it howling, long and lonely. During the hike, both are testedphysically, emotionally, spirituallybut what they find on that dangerous, dark mountain surprises them both. A novel written in verse, this Voice of Youth Advocates Poetry Pick is taut and tender, a gripping blend of physical adventure, family drama, love story, and journey of self-discovery.
About the Author
Steven Herrick is one of Australia's most popular poets. His books for teens include "Love, Ghosts, & Facial Hair; A Place Like This;" and "The Simple Gift."