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My Little Wolves Friends

The little wolves have no name, because they always belong to the wilderness.

In the spring, I met two wolf pups who have lost their mother in the wilderness, so I brought them into the human’s world. The pups grew up with two Mongolian shepherd dogs. When they first saw the sheep, they didn’t know what to do. In the autumn, the pups grew bigger and stronger, and already looked like the big wolves. Their game with wolfhounds is getting more and more violent and wild. I knew that the day of departure was coming. In winter, I guided them across the vast snowfield, watching them gradually disappear over the horizon.

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Text & Photos: Gerelchimeg Blackcrane
Published by Yutian Culture, Sep. 2019

68 Pages
3-5 years old
All Rights Available

Gerelchimeg Blackcrane, a  Mongolian writer. The winner of “Russian Bianki International Literature Awards”, “Chinese National Children's Literature Awards” and “Chen Bochui International Children’s Literature Awards”. IBBY Honor List Writer in 2020.

Blackcrane had spent over 20 years on literature creation, and had published more than 30 works, such as Black Flame, Ghost Dog, The Country of Reindeer, The Children of Wolf Valley, Blood Horse and others. His works have been translated into over 10 languages and sold more than 5 million copies around the world.

Now living in Hulunbuir grassland, Blackcrane raises Mongolian shepherd dogs and Mongolian horses on his own campsite and devotes his time to the optimal breeding of Mongolian hunting dogs. He gifts the young puppies to the pastoralists without asking for anything in return.

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