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By Kathryn Lasky

The most recent in Kathryn Lasky's hit sequence - a gorgeous spin-off set one of the wolves of Ga'hoole.

A nice chilly has seized the past. the heat of summer season, the scent of candy grass and the good caribou migrations are far away stories. Now the wolves recognize basically ice, darkish, snow and never-ending chilly. The order that stored the wolf clans robust for hundreds of thousands of years has damaged down completely.

The wolves have just one probability for survival. they have to locate their technique to a brand new land, a land of heat and summer season. however the trip will take them over a frozen sea and during hundreds of thousands of miles of perilous territory. Will the wolves belief younger Faolan to steer them?

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Bindle, that you just? ” the moth requested. “Yep. 5 extra winters to head. ” “And then you’ll fly? ” Edme requested the caterpillar whom the moth had addressed as Bindle. “I larger! ” “This is especially strange,” Edme stated. “Weird,” agreed one other caterpillar who had simply all started to maneuver. “All correct, need to say goodbye. Gotta commence consuming now. Our season is brief. bet we won’t see you back, Bells. ” Bindle, the 1st caterpillar, directed his remark to the moth. “Why no longer? ” Edme requested, and instantly sensed that maybe she shouldn’t have. “Oh, I’m sorry. I didn’t suggest to invite you this kind of own query. ” “No want for apology,” the moth replied pleasantly. “It’s now not own in any respect. It’s easily the best way we're. I’ll die earlier than the summer time even begins. ” Edme and Faolan either blinked. that they had by no means heard any creature communicate so lightly, virtually cheerfully, approximately their forthcoming dying. “You don’t sound very unhappy or upset,” Faolan ventured. “Why ever should still I be? i am getting to fly! eventually i am getting to fly! Fourteen winters and i'm eventually me! ” “Me, too,” one other voice squeaked out from one of many lately break up cocoons. “Oh, Tris. It’s you! i assumed you have been simply on your 13th wintry weather. ” “No. similar age as you. ” The moth’s wings have been as damp and wrinkled as Bells’s have been a couple of minutes earlier than. “Let me simply dry out and get the kinks out of my wings, and I’ll subscribe to you for a flight. ” “Explain all this to us,” Edme acknowledged taking a look approximately, for now there many extra cocoons than they'd first spotted, and a small quarter of the Ice Bridge was once coated with both wriggling caterpillar our bodies or flashes of gold because the moths lifted into the darkish. “Well, this can be my tale. ” Bells paused. “Our story,” she acknowledged, nodding at Tris. “We are creatures who in a single feel have many lives. ” Faolan and Edme exchanged glances. “I daresay we're a lot older than you via many winters. We all started as eggs laid by means of our moth parents,” Bells endured. “And then we become very tiny woolly bears. ” She nodded at Bindle. “Woolly bears? ” Faolan requested. “Yes, simply because we’re fuzzy. each summer time, we woolly endure caterpillars needs to devour. however the summers are so brief we can’t ever consume sufficient for … for …” the moth started to stammer a bit. “For the massive switch. devour adequate to develop wings, to have the power to fly. See, Bindle the following can’t do it but. He must devour for a number of extra summers to get the power. ” “And through the iciness? what's going to he do? ” “Freeze. Freeze good. ” Bindle looked as if it would yawn as he stated this, however it was once challenging to inform for his mouth was once so tiny. “Yes. That’s what I did for 13 winters,” Bells stated. “At the start of autumn, my center may gradual after which cease thoroughly by means of the second one autumn moon. ” “Stop? ” Edme stated in a hushed voice. “Yes, cease. after which my intestine could freeze, and subsequent my blood and every thing else. ” “But why aren’t you lifeless? ” Faolan requested. “I’m uncertain. there's something in our blood that protects us from being broken eternally, even if we freeze. even if, in our final autumn, our fourteenth, we weave a cocoon from the hairs of our personal physique — the woolly bears’ hairs and the silk.

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