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Review of Character called Wolfer in Legacy of the Skull Master
Wolfer, Alaskan White Wolf Hybrid
Character of Wolfer in Legacy of the Skull Master
Wolfer is a hybrid Alaskan wolf that was raised as a baby cub. He was always stood like he was regal in stature. I remember visiting Wolfer, and he would walk around the room like he was watching you and every move you made. He was a friendly and a loving animal. He never acted aggressively, but like he was in wonder all the time. His masters loved him, and the kids that grew up with him thought he was wonderful. He has in the past won first place dressed up like a Native American in Georgia and loved every minute of it. Later on as he visited other areas of the Northwest territory he was treated with great respect on attending a pow pow with his masters. He was given Sage to show his respect and loved by all the children there. The wolf is highly thought of in Native American culture and for that reason he was given such honorable treatment when visiting with the tribe during a pow wow.
Wolfer was chosen by the author SM Rodgers to show his greatness and his wonderful character even though he was not a rescue animal. He still had an important part to play
in life, and was well thought of. Wolfer went on to be with the great spirit and lived his days in
love of his family. Great was this animal to be part of that family that loved him and shared by those that saw him to be unique on their path. SM Rodgers honors him in the appendix of her book as she does many of the other animals in the legacy. The book is not just about reading for fun. It is about how we touch lives of great ones both human and in animal form. Wolfer you are missed but your legacy goes on.
Legacy of the Skull Master by SM Rodgers
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This is a Science Fiction novel based on the lives of real animals,and many of them were rescued, but the true story is about children who need to be successful in school and need to be helped and not result in dropping out of school.