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by Walt Morey


Walt Morey (1907 - 1992) is the award-winning author of numerous books for children.

Walt Morey (1907 - 1992) is the award-winning author of numerous books for children. His works include Gentle Ben, Kavik the Wolf Dog, Canyon Winter, Runaway Stallion, Run Far Run Fast, and Year of the Black Pony.

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Kävik the Wolf Dog is a novel written in 1968 by Walt Morey. It won the 1968 Dutton Animal Book Award as a draft, resulting in its subsequent publication. A made-for-TV movie called The Courage of Kavik the Wolf Dog based on the book aired under the. A made-for-TV movie called The Courage of Kavik the Wolf Dog based on the book aired under the Sunday Big Event umbrella on NBC in 1979.

Kavik the Wolf Dog book. Walt Morey was an award-winning author of numerous works of children's fiction set in the . Pacific Northwestand Alaska, the places where Morey lived for all of his life. His book Gentle Ben was the basis for the 1967 movie Gentle Giant and the 1967-1969 television show Gentle Ben.

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I read Kavik The Wolf Dog and loved every bit of it. I like how it told a story about a dog trying to find his way home, and the challenges that he had to overcome to get back to the place is loves. I think that this is a book that lots of people would love to read. The plane crashes and he's stranded in a cage for days. Then a boy named Andy Evans rescues him. Soon Kavik is well again and the champion sled dog's rightfull owner finds out that his dog survived and claims him back, but Kavik wants to stay with Andy. When Kavik arrives with his rightful owner, he is then 2,000 miles away from what he calls home.

Kävik the wolf dog. by Walt Morey. Published 1968 by Dutton in New York A wolf-dog instinctively travels 2000 miles from Washington to Alaska to return . Published 1968 by Dutton in New York. A wolf-dog instinctively travels 2000 miles from Washington to Alaska to return to the boy who once saved his life.

The knockabout, turnabout saga of a wolf dog who loses and regains his courage, heeds and renounces the call .

The knockabout, turnabout saga of a wolf dog who loses and regains his courage, heeds and renounces the call of the wild. On the way the plane bearing Kavik's cage crashes, leaving him helpless behind bars: he's barely alive when fifteen-year-old Andy Evans finds him, nurses him back to health, and teaches him trust

George Malko (screenplay), Walt Morey (novel) .

George Malko (screenplay), Walt Morey (novel). The story of a champion Eskimo sled dog, named Kavik, who survives a plane crash in the wilds of Alaska and is found and cared for by a young boy, named Andy Evans, who brings Kavik back to his small hometown. Written by Matthew Patay.

A wolf-dog instinctively travels 2000 miles from Washington to Alaska to return to the boy who once saved his life.

Kavik the Wolf Dog epub download

ISBN13: 978-0590441131

ISBN: 0590441132

Author: Walt Morey

Category: Young Adult and teen

Subcategory: Literature & Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks (March 1, 1989)

ePUB size: 1459 kb

FB2 size: 1715 kb

Rating: 4.8

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Ienekan
Kavik is wolf dog, three quarters malamute and one quarter wolf. He had been trained by Charlie One Eye to win the North American Sled Dog Derby at Fairbanks, AK. The dog is then purchased by George C. Hunter, who owns mining and fishing interests in Northern Alaska. However, the plane on which Hunter sends Kavik is downed in a storm. The pilot is killed, but Kavik survives, though badly injured, and is found by fifteen-year-old Andy Evans, who lives with his father and mother in northern Alaska. Mr. Evans works at one of Hunter's fisheries. With the help of Dr. Vic Walker, Andy nurses Kavik back to health.
Unfortunately, Kavik has been injured emotionally as well and runs in fear from other dogs in Copper City. When Mr. Hunter comes to the fishing village, Kurt Evans tries to tell Hunter about Kavik's fear but the owner takes Kavik anyway. However, Kavik keeps escaping and going back to the Evans home, so Hunter sends him on a boat to his other home in Seattle, WA. Hunter's trainer, Tom McCarty, sees that Kavik longs to go back north, so he "accidentally" lets the dog escape to start the 2,000 mile journey to northern Alaska. Along the way Kavik is taken to the pound, adopted by a sailing couple named John and Martha Kent, and allowed again to go. He is attacked by wolves, finds a wolf mate, and himself is hunted as a wolf. What will happen to the dog? Will he make it back to Andy?
Lassie Come-Home meets The Call of the Wild. I read Kavik mostly while on vacation and found it to be an enjoyable and exciting adventure. It is well written and easy to read. The Horn Book said, "Swiftly paced from the first page...dramatic and absorbing." There is very little objectionable. There is some savagery, but the book is about animals living in the wilderness. I'm sure that the picture given is true to real life, and nothing is gratuitous. The only thing to note about language is that the euphemistic term "darnedest" is found once. Those who enjoy dog stories should like it. Author Walt Morey is perhaps best known for his book Gentle Ben.
Ienekan
Kavik is wolf dog, three quarters malamute and one quarter wolf. He had been trained by Charlie One Eye to win the North American Sled Dog Derby at Fairbanks, AK. The dog is then purchased by George C. Hunter, who owns mining and fishing interests in Northern Alaska. However, the plane on which Hunter sends Kavik is downed in a storm. The pilot is killed, but Kavik survives, though badly injured, and is found by fifteen-year-old Andy Evans, who lives with his father and mother in northern Alaska. Mr. Evans works at one of Hunter's fisheries. With the help of Dr. Vic Walker, Andy nurses Kavik back to health.
Unfortunately, Kavik has been injured emotionally as well and runs in fear from other dogs in Copper City. When Mr. Hunter comes to the fishing village, Kurt Evans tries to tell Hunter about Kavik's fear but the owner takes Kavik anyway. However, Kavik keeps escaping and going back to the Evans home, so Hunter sends him on a boat to his other home in Seattle, WA. Hunter's trainer, Tom McCarty, sees that Kavik longs to go back north, so he "accidentally" lets the dog escape to start the 2,000 mile journey to northern Alaska. Along the way Kavik is taken to the pound, adopted by a sailing couple named John and Martha Kent, and allowed again to go. He is attacked by wolves, finds a wolf mate, and himself is hunted as a wolf. What will happen to the dog? Will he make it back to Andy?
Lassie Come-Home meets The Call of the Wild. I read Kavik mostly while on vacation and found it to be an enjoyable and exciting adventure. It is well written and easy to read. The Horn Book said, "Swiftly paced from the first page...dramatic and absorbing." There is very little objectionable. There is some savagery, but the book is about animals living in the wilderness. I'm sure that the picture given is true to real life, and nothing is gratuitous. The only thing to note about language is that the euphemistic term "darnedest" is found once. Those who enjoy dog stories should like it. Author Walt Morey is perhaps best known for his book Gentle Ben.
Alsalar
This is a book we had borrowed from the library and our ten year old loved it and wanted his own copy. He has read this book over and over. He's in a stage where he especially likes animal stories, especially about dogs.
Alsalar
This is a book we had borrowed from the library and our ten year old loved it and wanted his own copy. He has read this book over and over. He's in a stage where he especially likes animal stories, especially about dogs.
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So delighted to find copies of this novel for children. Arrived in excellent condition. Thank you.
Narder
Bought this for my 10 year old son. He is not a big reader, we have to keep encouraging him to read, read, read. This book he picked up and fell in love! He would rate it higher than 5 stars! It was fantastic. So happy to see him enjoy a book so much.
Narder
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Iaran
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Iaran
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Mushicage
I ordered this book for my cousin. I read it when I was younger, and loved it. It's a simple, dog adventure story. There are plenty of lengthy reviews on this book, so I won't go into depth. Suffice to say, that the book is an easy read and entertaining. The price was great, so I really couldn't ask for more. Ordering from Amazon allowed me to get it from my desk at home, rather than drive all over town, just to most likely have to special order it anyway. Five stars!
Mushicage
I ordered this book for my cousin. I read it when I was younger, and loved it. It's a simple, dog adventure story. There are plenty of lengthy reviews on this book, so I won't go into depth. Suffice to say, that the book is an easy read and entertaining. The price was great, so I really couldn't ask for more. Ordering from Amazon allowed me to get it from my desk at home, rather than drive all over town, just to most likely have to special order it anyway. Five stars!
Monin
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Monin
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EXCELLENT BOOK. I COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN.
EXCELLENT BOOK. I COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN.