Jennifer Dance was born in England and graduated from the University of the West Indies with a B.Sc. in Agriculture and Animal Science. She immigrated to Canada in 1979 and still lives in Stouffville, Ontario. With family in the Native community, she has a passion for equality and justice for all people.
Life is changing for Canada's First Nations People and for the wolves that share their territory. Can Red Wolf and Crooked Ear Survive? At the end of the nineteenth century, both Native people and wolves are being forced away from the land. Starving and lonely, an orphaned timber wolf known as Crooked Ear is befriended by an Anishnaabe boy named Red Wolf. However, Red Wolf is soon forced to attend a residential school, far from the life he once knew. When fate reunites the pair, they embark on a perilous journey to find their way back home. But with winter threatening, will they survive? And if they do, will they like what they find?