Published by Feiwel and Friends
Summary: Before the title page of this wordless winter tale, a girl and a wolf pup are each shown safe at home with their families. As the story begins, snow is starting to fall as the girl leaves school, wrapped up in a red coat and hood, a scarf around her face. The wolves are also traveling through the snow. The heavy white curtain causes both girl and pup to lose their way, and they cross paths. When the girl hears howling, she heads in that direction, hoping to reunite the pup with its family. She succeeds, but the long detour exhausts her, and she collapses in the snow. The wolves stay with her, howling to alert her dog to her whereabouts, and at last she is rescued by her parents. The wolves howl in the distance as she heads home at last. 48 pages; ages 3-8.
Pros: I do enjoy a good wordless book, and this one satisfies, with a fairly straightforward tale of friendship told through beautiful, snowy illustrations, and a few howls, huffs, and barks.
Cons: The wolves are much better looking than the humans.