From award-winning creator of Shackleton's Journey comes The Wolves of Currumpaw, a beautifully illustrated children's book that tells the classic exciting and heart-wrenching story of the great wolf Lobo and the age old battle of man vs nature.
1892, New Mexico. A wolf pack roams the Currumpaw Valley, preying on the cattle and evading capture by the exasperated local ranchmen. Due to his knowledge of wolf behaviour, a British naturalist by the name of Ernest Thompson Seton is employed to hunt down their notorious leader, king Lobo…
An inventive re-telling of the first short story from Ernest Thompson Seton’s 1898 classic, ‘Wild Animals I Have Known’, this second book from award winner William Grill takes up back to the dying days of the old west, when man’s relationship with nature was greatly exploited and misunderstood.
William Grill graduated from University College Falmouth, and currently works in London as a freelance illustrator. He works in predominately in coloured pencil, has a keen interest for the great outdoors, and has worked for a variety of clients such as Harrods, The New York Times, and NOBROW.