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This review can also be seen on topoftheheapreviews dot comTristan Wolf, a child abandoned as a child and raised by wolves realizes that she is different from the others around her She is able to use two legs, and she doesn t have the fur that the other members of her family do She decides to go on a journey to meet the people that she looks like, the other humans, and meets some interesting characters and learns a little bit about his self along the way.Written in a very simple, very accessible style the book is still really for older children Possibly eight or older The reason for this in my opinion is that there are time when the story text is two full page and has no illustrations The text on the other pages are almost full pages of text, so it will take a little bitfocus and attention in order to get through it The child reading will be rewarded though when finished, by a satisfying ending that will help them to understand their imagination, and really empower them to use it and create worlds of their own.Each character is described fully by actions and illustrations in ways that the readers can understand and are believable.The illustrations by Rocio Perez del Solar are done beautifully While abstract a bit compared to other kids books, it really sets it apart, and is really approx pro of of how the text is written and the story within.The Bottom Line The book is a good edition to any library It can open conversations about the differences between people who look differently and live differently, it can also open up conversations about the differences between fact and fiction The story is well written and the illustrations match the text You can t ask for anythingin a children s book What a cute book I really enjoyed this children s book It not only will keep the reader guessing but it kept this reviewer guessing I was drawn into the tale of this child who was raised by a loving mother who happened to be a wolf Tristan had a suspicion that he didn t quite fit in but it wasn t until he saw his reflection in a lake that he realized that he didn t look like the rest of his pack He also had no fur to keep him warm and enjoyed eating plants that his brothers and sisters rejected He started to suspect that he was not really a wolf but had been taught to fear the very humans that he might belong to.This tale keeps the reader guessing and has a twist at the end that will surprise you It celebrates the imagination of childhood and brings us back to a time in our life when everything we could imagine was possible I am sure that children everywhere will enjoy and be surprised by the unique qualities of this work I highly recommend this book and give it five stars for being both well written, well illustrated, and different from the typical children s book Well done The story tells of a young child who as an infant is left alone in the woods and is adopted by a wolf The young child grows up living with the pack and is cared for by his mother A day eventually comes when Tristan begins to question who he is and heads to the world of humans The illustrations by Rocio Perez del Solar do a great job of adding to the allure of the book.The story is written in a manner that those who read the book will keep interested no matter the age The unique illustrations add to the story and are another way to keep a person interested The target age would be for those over 8 years old and being 40 I found I was equally interested in the story.What you will find within this children s book is a story that teaches a few things to a child Through pages as you follow Tristan you find how he tries to interact in the world and wants nothingthan to learn He wants to find what humans are like but at the same time is like any child and questions the world A youthful questioning that can be contagious to the reader and those listening to the story as it is read.The other great thing from this book is it helps to show the importance of using your imagination It is engaging and helps to show the importance of taking time and letting your mind run wild It may help rekindle the love of reading to your child, and rekindle the use of your imagination It s what makes a children s book so great A story that is engrossing enough a child will learn and the adult will cherish that time. If your children are fans of, or your inner child is a fan of Walt Disney s Jungle Book , then you will love Tristan Wolf by Mariana Llanos Right off from the start, you have the feel of the wild child in the jungle, only with Tristan Wolf, you are in the woods Tristan is captured by his reflection in the water and by questions mulling around in his head of why he is so different compared to his pack family of wolves.With approval from his wolf mother and some caution to be watchful of humans, Tristan runs off on an adventure seeking the answers to his complex questions.Tristan Wolf does ignite the imaginations of all children and all readers The fun tale of Tristan Wolf is packed with suspense, adventure and family.Although, this book reminds me of Jungle Book in the start, Tristan Wolf carries a uniqueness of its own with bright, complimentary, native like illustrations and a brilliant, twist ending that will catch all readers off guard I highly recommend this book It is one that your children will remember for a long time and most likely will want to read again Tristan Wolf by Mariana Llanos is 5 Stars This book is suitable for all children, starting with those who are read to and up to about age 10.We look forward to readingTristan Wolf books Tristan Wolf is a delightful story of a young boy who believes he was raised by a wolf, and that he is indeed a wolf As you read about his life with the wolves, you almost believe the story Tristan knows he is different from the other wolves, but he doesn t know why He decides to set out on his own to find out what humans are like, even after many warnings from his mother wolf about how dangerous they are Tristan comes face to face with a human, and shows his bravery by standing up to her But who was she Like most children, Tristan has a good imagination This is a fantastic tale for school aged children to read or to have read to them.Mariana Llanos has a distinct ability to capture a child s inventive mind and weave a story that will keep his her interest time after time This book would be a perfect gift for a young elementary age child I recommend it to all parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, and friends of young children I give it five stars. Even though my writings are for those 18 years of age and older, I m always looking for a good book to share with our nieces and nephews and I have a feeling they re going to love this read The story is well thought out with just enough twists and turns to keep you guessing and interested I was impressed with the threads of diversity, compassion, and imagination that ran through the story without being over the top There s also a brief, cautionary tale about choosing friends.The whole story left moments for conversation between adult and child which I think is the best thing of all when reading to a child The ending was not only unexpected but left an impression that Tristan will be back YEA Begotten with Love Every Family Has Its Story What a wonderful story Excellent illustrations and a beautiful design and layout The author takes you on a ride into the mind of a child where fantasy and reality meet.The theme is one we are all familiar with, namely our ability to communicate with animals In this way, she gives us a fresh look at the dreams and fantasies that run through children s minds when it comes to speaking and interacting with animals.Without revealing anything, I will say that the end was unexpected and a real joy to read What we were left with was a feeling that a child s imagination is still the most powerful and beautiful thing in the world.Great job Please give uslike these Children will benefit from the encouragement of using their imagination from stores like Tristan Wolf. As a new title in children s literature, I find this story to be well written and a fun story to read A most effective aspect of the story is the element of surprise in the plot resolution Who can resist the twist at the end of a story Don t we all remember the first time we read a story or book with a surprise twist at the end I remember the experience as being one of surprised exhilaration The experience tends to sharpen imagination, thinking and analysis in future reading I think this is especially true for young readers A young mind, fresh in the world of reading, may be stimulated to readwith increased interest and expanded imagination. (Free Ebook) ⚣ Tristan Wolf ⚢ When Tristan Was A Baby He Was Abandoned In The Forest He Was Discovered And Raised By Wolves Even Though He Loves His Wolf Family, Tristan Has The Need To Find Himself He Starts A Journey Where He Will Find Adventures, New Friends And A Big Surprise Recommended For Kids AgesTo , It Is Also A Great Read For Any Adult That Enjoys Timeless And Exciting Stories Journey into the imagination of a child with Tristan Wolf by Mariana Llanos The story has a simplicity that makes it delightful to read But, it s the magical illustrations by artist Rocio Perez de Solar that made this a unique reading experience for me I believe this is a book that a child will want to read several times There is much to discuss there after the story is over Many teachable moments to share with your child About kindness, the power of imagination, etc I highly recommend Tristan Wolf for children And for those adults who appreciate beautiful children s book illustrations, you ll want to add this one to your collection.