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Julie

Narrated by: Christina Moore
Series: Julie, Book 2
Length: 5 hrs and 23 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
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In this long-awaited sequel to the Newbery Medal-winning Julie of the Wolves, Miyax returns to the village she left long before and finds her lost father. But things have changed during her absence. Her father is no longer the man who had lived in grace with the sea and the land. He has forsaken his Eskimo heritage in favor of marriage with a white-American schoolteacher and is determined to shoot the wolves who threaten his caribou - the same wolves who saved Miyax's life. With the help of a handsome young man from Siberia, Miyax struggles to save her wolves and the way of life she cherishes. A stunning portrait of the Alaskan tundra and the clash of modern and Eskimo cultures, Julie will delight and enlighten listeners of all ages.

©1994 Jean Craighead George (P)1994 Recorded Books

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This is a great book that I originally read in my childhood. When I saw it on audible, I just knew I would enjoy it again. The story progresses along nicely. It is written in a way that makes it easy to relate to the main character, and will cause you to fall in love with the arctic over and over again!

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Balance of Nature

I loved the emphasis on allowing nature and animals to flow a natural course. All living things are dependent on each other. Jean George is remarkable in her research and knowledge that goes into each book.