The Wisdom of Wolves: Lessons from the Sawtooth Pack

The Wisdom of Wolves: Lessons from the Sawtooth Pack

From the world-famous couple who lived alongside a three-generation wolf pack, this book of inspiration, drawn from the wild, will fascinate animal and nature lovers alike. For six years Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived intimately with a pack of wolves, gaining their trust as no one has before. In this book the Dutchers reflect on the virtues they observed in wolf society and be From the world-famous couple who lived alongside a three-generation wolf pack, this book of inspiration, drawn from t...

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Title:The Wisdom of Wolves: Lessons from the Sawtooth Pack
Author:Jim Dutcher
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:1426218869
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:224 pages pages

The Wisdom of Wolves: Lessons from the Sawtooth Pack Reviews

  • Kerri Anne
    Sep 19, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

  • Beth
    Mar 14, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...

    The Wisdom of Wolves by Jim & Jamie Dutcher is a short but worthwhile read. The pair share lessons they learned from a wolf pack they actually lived with for six years. It?s full of interesting facts and stories of the wolves, but more so full of meaningful lessons like taking ca...

    I have long been a fan of the Dutchers - their work stands as a testament to the amazing creatures we call wolves. And as this book makes clear - we humans have far more in common with wolves than we realize...or like to admit. Taking character traits that we value as humans, the Dutch...

  • Wes
    May 02, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

  • Matt
    Sep 19, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

  • Harley Gee
    Jun 25, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...

    The Wisdom of Wolves by Jim & Jamie Dutcher is a short but worthwhile read. The pair share lessons they learned from a wolf pack they actually lived with for six years. It?s full of interesting facts and stories of the wolves, but more so full of meaningful lessons like taking ca...

    I have long been a fan of the Dutchers - their work stands as a testament to the amazing creatures we call wolves. And as this book makes clear - we humans have far more in common with wolves than we realize...or like to admit. Taking character traits that we value as humans, the Dutch...

    Honestly, more a 4.5 or 4.75, but I save 5's for books I find extra special. This is a really wonderful book about a couple who set up a 25-acre temporary preserve in the Sawtooth Mountains and brought in wolves to study. Jim had already filmed and produced several successful films...

    My first non-fiction on wolves and I absolutely loved it. I've learned so much about the Sawtooth pack that after finishing this book, I felt like the pack was my own family. I love Lakota the omega so much. I guess I always have a special connection with bully victims. I teared toward...

    This was an attempt at a science based report written by videographers. Based entirely off of the fact they hand raised all the pups and kept them in such a small (by wolf standards) confined space, you really can't take the details in this as factual wolf behavior. It's definitely int...

    We learn a lot about ourselves when we learn about wolves. As the authors lived alongside the pack, they got to observe closeup so many behaviors that we otherwise don't normally see. To accomplish this closeness accepts the weakness of the project which was to "document wolf behavior ...

    Jim and Jamie Dutcher take us on an incredible journey which was very personal to both of them. This is a highly exceptional book which shares their personal experiences and their lives with the Sawtooth Pack. This book had me moved with emotion when they talked about their loss in one...

    A recent favorite book, _Beyond Words_, included a bunch of wolf stories (along with their co-featured species elephants and orcas). It whetted my appetite for more. The team of Jim and Jamie Dutcher (he recording photos and videos, she audio) lived intimately with a pack of wolves for...

    I loved the glimpse into the social and emotional lives of wolves as well as the opportunity to ?meet? the individual wolves of the pack. This book affected me. It?s not a five-star book for me simply because I can?t resolve the question of whether the entire premise is ethi...

    This was a quick and insightful description of an experiment around raising a wolf pack in captivity over several years. The wolves are fully acclimated to their keepers (the authors) and live in a 25 acre pen. Since the Dutchers live so intimately with the pack, the Dutchers see and r...

  • Janelle
    Apr 16, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

  • Diane S ☔
    Mar 23, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

  • Carolyn
    Jun 03, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...

    The Wisdom of Wolves by Jim & Jamie Dutcher is a short but worthwhile read. The pair share lessons they learned from a wolf pack they actually lived with for six years. It?s full of interesting facts and stories of the wolves, but more so full of meaningful lessons like taking ca...

    I have long been a fan of the Dutchers - their work stands as a testament to the amazing creatures we call wolves. And as this book makes clear - we humans have far more in common with wolves than we realize...or like to admit. Taking character traits that we value as humans, the Dutch...

    Honestly, more a 4.5 or 4.75, but I save 5's for books I find extra special. This is a really wonderful book about a couple who set up a 25-acre temporary preserve in the Sawtooth Mountains and brought in wolves to study. Jim had already filmed and produced several successful films...

    My first non-fiction on wolves and I absolutely loved it. I've learned so much about the Sawtooth pack that after finishing this book, I felt like the pack was my own family. I love Lakota the omega so much. I guess I always have a special connection with bully victims. I teared toward...

    This was an attempt at a science based report written by videographers. Based entirely off of the fact they hand raised all the pups and kept them in such a small (by wolf standards) confined space, you really can't take the details in this as factual wolf behavior. It's definitely int...

    We learn a lot about ourselves when we learn about wolves. As the authors lived alongside the pack, they got to observe closeup so many behaviors that we otherwise don't normally see. To accomplish this closeness accepts the weakness of the project which was to "document wolf behavior ...

    Jim and Jamie Dutcher take us on an incredible journey which was very personal to both of them. This is a highly exceptional book which shares their personal experiences and their lives with the Sawtooth Pack. This book had me moved with emotion when they talked about their loss in one...

    A recent favorite book, _Beyond Words_, included a bunch of wolf stories (along with their co-featured species elephants and orcas). It whetted my appetite for more. The team of Jim and Jamie Dutcher (he recording photos and videos, she audio) lived intimately with a pack of wolves for...

  • Audrey
    Jul 13, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...

    The Wisdom of Wolves by Jim & Jamie Dutcher is a short but worthwhile read. The pair share lessons they learned from a wolf pack they actually lived with for six years. It?s full of interesting facts and stories of the wolves, but more so full of meaningful lessons like taking ca...

    I have long been a fan of the Dutchers - their work stands as a testament to the amazing creatures we call wolves. And as this book makes clear - we humans have far more in common with wolves than we realize...or like to admit. Taking character traits that we value as humans, the Dutch...

    Honestly, more a 4.5 or 4.75, but I save 5's for books I find extra special. This is a really wonderful book about a couple who set up a 25-acre temporary preserve in the Sawtooth Mountains and brought in wolves to study. Jim had already filmed and produced several successful films...

    My first non-fiction on wolves and I absolutely loved it. I've learned so much about the Sawtooth pack that after finishing this book, I felt like the pack was my own family. I love Lakota the omega so much. I guess I always have a special connection with bully victims. I teared toward...

  • Jonathan Maas
    May 01, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

  • Sheryl
    Jan 18, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

  • Maxine
    Oct 14, 2017

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

  • Summer
    Sep 12, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

  • Correen
    Apr 13, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

  • Lisa
    May 04, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

  • Jordan
    Mar 01, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

  • Randy Grixti
    May 16, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...

    The Wisdom of Wolves by Jim & Jamie Dutcher is a short but worthwhile read. The pair share lessons they learned from a wolf pack they actually lived with for six years. It?s full of interesting facts and stories of the wolves, but more so full of meaningful lessons like taking ca...

    I have long been a fan of the Dutchers - their work stands as a testament to the amazing creatures we call wolves. And as this book makes clear - we humans have far more in common with wolves than we realize...or like to admit. Taking character traits that we value as humans, the Dutch...

    Honestly, more a 4.5 or 4.75, but I save 5's for books I find extra special. This is a really wonderful book about a couple who set up a 25-acre temporary preserve in the Sawtooth Mountains and brought in wolves to study. Jim had already filmed and produced several successful films...

    My first non-fiction on wolves and I absolutely loved it. I've learned so much about the Sawtooth pack that after finishing this book, I felt like the pack was my own family. I love Lakota the omega so much. I guess I always have a special connection with bully victims. I teared toward...

    This was an attempt at a science based report written by videographers. Based entirely off of the fact they hand raised all the pups and kept them in such a small (by wolf standards) confined space, you really can't take the details in this as factual wolf behavior. It's definitely int...

    We learn a lot about ourselves when we learn about wolves. As the authors lived alongside the pack, they got to observe closeup so many behaviors that we otherwise don't normally see. To accomplish this closeness accepts the weakness of the project which was to "document wolf behavior ...

    Jim and Jamie Dutcher take us on an incredible journey which was very personal to both of them. This is a highly exceptional book which shares their personal experiences and their lives with the Sawtooth Pack. This book had me moved with emotion when they talked about their loss in one...

    A recent favorite book, _Beyond Words_, included a bunch of wolf stories (along with their co-featured species elephants and orcas). It whetted my appetite for more. The team of Jim and Jamie Dutcher (he recording photos and videos, she audio) lived intimately with a pack of wolves for...

    I loved the glimpse into the social and emotional lives of wolves as well as the opportunity to ?meet? the individual wolves of the pack. This book affected me. It?s not a five-star book for me simply because I can?t resolve the question of whether the entire premise is ethi...

    This was a quick and insightful description of an experiment around raising a wolf pack in captivity over several years. The wolves are fully acclimated to their keepers (the authors) and live in a 25 acre pen. Since the Dutchers live so intimately with the pack, the Dutchers see and r...

    I read this book in a couple of days. It was inspiring. It was moving. It made me tear up a couple of time. We can learn a lot from wolves. This book will make you appreciate your own pack a little more. It will remind you why we work hard to protect the natural world from the destroye...

    an interesting read about the life and legacy of wolves. Humans and wolves follow similar patterns of family, honor, respect, etc. It's a quick read that you can glean good items from; i just felt it was lacking a few chapters to add more value. Wolves are the last frontier of animals ...

    This book serves as a witness to the complex emotional lives of wolves. Great stories told in very different but well written and visually descriptive voices. You will, more than once, shed a tear. Very educational and more importantly enjoyable. ...

  • Kunal
    Apr 03, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

  • Shelley
    Jul 23, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...

    The Wisdom of Wolves by Jim & Jamie Dutcher is a short but worthwhile read. The pair share lessons they learned from a wolf pack they actually lived with for six years. It?s full of interesting facts and stories of the wolves, but more so full of meaningful lessons like taking ca...

    I have long been a fan of the Dutchers - their work stands as a testament to the amazing creatures we call wolves. And as this book makes clear - we humans have far more in common with wolves than we realize...or like to admit. Taking character traits that we value as humans, the Dutch...

    Honestly, more a 4.5 or 4.75, but I save 5's for books I find extra special. This is a really wonderful book about a couple who set up a 25-acre temporary preserve in the Sawtooth Mountains and brought in wolves to study. Jim had already filmed and produced several successful films...

  • Hezekiah
    Sep 28, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...

    The Wisdom of Wolves by Jim & Jamie Dutcher is a short but worthwhile read. The pair share lessons they learned from a wolf pack they actually lived with for six years. It?s full of interesting facts and stories of the wolves, but more so full of meaningful lessons like taking ca...

    I have long been a fan of the Dutchers - their work stands as a testament to the amazing creatures we call wolves. And as this book makes clear - we humans have far more in common with wolves than we realize...or like to admit. Taking character traits that we value as humans, the Dutch...

    Honestly, more a 4.5 or 4.75, but I save 5's for books I find extra special. This is a really wonderful book about a couple who set up a 25-acre temporary preserve in the Sawtooth Mountains and brought in wolves to study. Jim had already filmed and produced several successful films...

    My first non-fiction on wolves and I absolutely loved it. I've learned so much about the Sawtooth pack that after finishing this book, I felt like the pack was my own family. I love Lakota the omega so much. I guess I always have a special connection with bully victims. I teared toward...

    This was an attempt at a science based report written by videographers. Based entirely off of the fact they hand raised all the pups and kept them in such a small (by wolf standards) confined space, you really can't take the details in this as factual wolf behavior. It's definitely int...

    We learn a lot about ourselves when we learn about wolves. As the authors lived alongside the pack, they got to observe closeup so many behaviors that we otherwise don't normally see. To accomplish this closeness accepts the weakness of the project which was to "document wolf behavior ...

    Jim and Jamie Dutcher take us on an incredible journey which was very personal to both of them. This is a highly exceptional book which shares their personal experiences and their lives with the Sawtooth Pack. This book had me moved with emotion when they talked about their loss in one...

    A recent favorite book, _Beyond Words_, included a bunch of wolf stories (along with their co-featured species elephants and orcas). It whetted my appetite for more. The team of Jim and Jamie Dutcher (he recording photos and videos, she audio) lived intimately with a pack of wolves for...

    I loved the glimpse into the social and emotional lives of wolves as well as the opportunity to ?meet? the individual wolves of the pack. This book affected me. It?s not a five-star book for me simply because I can?t resolve the question of whether the entire premise is ethi...

    This was a quick and insightful description of an experiment around raising a wolf pack in captivity over several years. The wolves are fully acclimated to their keepers (the authors) and live in a 25 acre pen. Since the Dutchers live so intimately with the pack, the Dutchers see and r...

    I read this book in a couple of days. It was inspiring. It was moving. It made me tear up a couple of time. We can learn a lot from wolves. This book will make you appreciate your own pack a little more. It will remind you why we work hard to protect the natural world from the destroye...

    an interesting read about the life and legacy of wolves. Humans and wolves follow similar patterns of family, honor, respect, etc. It's a quick read that you can glean good items from; i just felt it was lacking a few chapters to add more value. Wolves are the last frontier of animals ...

  • Woody Chichester
    Oct 10, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

  • Paul Lemcke
    Aug 31, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...

    The Wisdom of Wolves by Jim & Jamie Dutcher is a short but worthwhile read. The pair share lessons they learned from a wolf pack they actually lived with for six years. It?s full of interesting facts and stories of the wolves, but more so full of meaningful lessons like taking ca...

    I have long been a fan of the Dutchers - their work stands as a testament to the amazing creatures we call wolves. And as this book makes clear - we humans have far more in common with wolves than we realize...or like to admit. Taking character traits that we value as humans, the Dutch...

    Honestly, more a 4.5 or 4.75, but I save 5's for books I find extra special. This is a really wonderful book about a couple who set up a 25-acre temporary preserve in the Sawtooth Mountains and brought in wolves to study. Jim had already filmed and produced several successful films...

    My first non-fiction on wolves and I absolutely loved it. I've learned so much about the Sawtooth pack that after finishing this book, I felt like the pack was my own family. I love Lakota the omega so much. I guess I always have a special connection with bully victims. I teared toward...

    This was an attempt at a science based report written by videographers. Based entirely off of the fact they hand raised all the pups and kept them in such a small (by wolf standards) confined space, you really can't take the details in this as factual wolf behavior. It's definitely int...

    We learn a lot about ourselves when we learn about wolves. As the authors lived alongside the pack, they got to observe closeup so many behaviors that we otherwise don't normally see. To accomplish this closeness accepts the weakness of the project which was to "document wolf behavior ...

  • Cindy Black
    Jun 09, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...

    The Wisdom of Wolves by Jim & Jamie Dutcher is a short but worthwhile read. The pair share lessons they learned from a wolf pack they actually lived with for six years. It?s full of interesting facts and stories of the wolves, but more so full of meaningful lessons like taking ca...

    I have long been a fan of the Dutchers - their work stands as a testament to the amazing creatures we call wolves. And as this book makes clear - we humans have far more in common with wolves than we realize...or like to admit. Taking character traits that we value as humans, the Dutch...

    Honestly, more a 4.5 or 4.75, but I save 5's for books I find extra special. This is a really wonderful book about a couple who set up a 25-acre temporary preserve in the Sawtooth Mountains and brought in wolves to study. Jim had already filmed and produced several successful films...

    My first non-fiction on wolves and I absolutely loved it. I've learned so much about the Sawtooth pack that after finishing this book, I felt like the pack was my own family. I love Lakota the omega so much. I guess I always have a special connection with bully victims. I teared toward...

    This was an attempt at a science based report written by videographers. Based entirely off of the fact they hand raised all the pups and kept them in such a small (by wolf standards) confined space, you really can't take the details in this as factual wolf behavior. It's definitely int...

    We learn a lot about ourselves when we learn about wolves. As the authors lived alongside the pack, they got to observe closeup so many behaviors that we otherwise don't normally see. To accomplish this closeness accepts the weakness of the project which was to "document wolf behavior ...

    Jim and Jamie Dutcher take us on an incredible journey which was very personal to both of them. This is a highly exceptional book which shares their personal experiences and their lives with the Sawtooth Pack. This book had me moved with emotion when they talked about their loss in one...

    A recent favorite book, _Beyond Words_, included a bunch of wolf stories (along with their co-featured species elephants and orcas). It whetted my appetite for more. The team of Jim and Jamie Dutcher (he recording photos and videos, she audio) lived intimately with a pack of wolves for...

    I loved the glimpse into the social and emotional lives of wolves as well as the opportunity to ?meet? the individual wolves of the pack. This book affected me. It?s not a five-star book for me simply because I can?t resolve the question of whether the entire premise is ethi...

  • Francesca
    May 23, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...

    The Wisdom of Wolves by Jim & Jamie Dutcher is a short but worthwhile read. The pair share lessons they learned from a wolf pack they actually lived with for six years. It?s full of interesting facts and stories of the wolves, but more so full of meaningful lessons like taking ca...

    I have long been a fan of the Dutchers - their work stands as a testament to the amazing creatures we call wolves. And as this book makes clear - we humans have far more in common with wolves than we realize...or like to admit. Taking character traits that we value as humans, the Dutch...

    Honestly, more a 4.5 or 4.75, but I save 5's for books I find extra special. This is a really wonderful book about a couple who set up a 25-acre temporary preserve in the Sawtooth Mountains and brought in wolves to study. Jim had already filmed and produced several successful films...

    My first non-fiction on wolves and I absolutely loved it. I've learned so much about the Sawtooth pack that after finishing this book, I felt like the pack was my own family. I love Lakota the omega so much. I guess I always have a special connection with bully victims. I teared toward...

    This was an attempt at a science based report written by videographers. Based entirely off of the fact they hand raised all the pups and kept them in such a small (by wolf standards) confined space, you really can't take the details in this as factual wolf behavior. It's definitely int...

    We learn a lot about ourselves when we learn about wolves. As the authors lived alongside the pack, they got to observe closeup so many behaviors that we otherwise don't normally see. To accomplish this closeness accepts the weakness of the project which was to "document wolf behavior ...

    Jim and Jamie Dutcher take us on an incredible journey which was very personal to both of them. This is a highly exceptional book which shares their personal experiences and their lives with the Sawtooth Pack. This book had me moved with emotion when they talked about their loss in one...

  • Elizabeth M
    Oct 12, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...

    The Wisdom of Wolves by Jim & Jamie Dutcher is a short but worthwhile read. The pair share lessons they learned from a wolf pack they actually lived with for six years. It?s full of interesting facts and stories of the wolves, but more so full of meaningful lessons like taking ca...

    I have long been a fan of the Dutchers - their work stands as a testament to the amazing creatures we call wolves. And as this book makes clear - we humans have far more in common with wolves than we realize...or like to admit. Taking character traits that we value as humans, the Dutch...

    Honestly, more a 4.5 or 4.75, but I save 5's for books I find extra special. This is a really wonderful book about a couple who set up a 25-acre temporary preserve in the Sawtooth Mountains and brought in wolves to study. Jim had already filmed and produced several successful films...

    My first non-fiction on wolves and I absolutely loved it. I've learned so much about the Sawtooth pack that after finishing this book, I felt like the pack was my own family. I love Lakota the omega so much. I guess I always have a special connection with bully victims. I teared toward...

    This was an attempt at a science based report written by videographers. Based entirely off of the fact they hand raised all the pups and kept them in such a small (by wolf standards) confined space, you really can't take the details in this as factual wolf behavior. It's definitely int...

  • Natalia Prats
    Mar 29, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...

    The Wisdom of Wolves by Jim & Jamie Dutcher is a short but worthwhile read. The pair share lessons they learned from a wolf pack they actually lived with for six years. It?s full of interesting facts and stories of the wolves, but more so full of meaningful lessons like taking ca...

    I have long been a fan of the Dutchers - their work stands as a testament to the amazing creatures we call wolves. And as this book makes clear - we humans have far more in common with wolves than we realize...or like to admit. Taking character traits that we value as humans, the Dutch...

    Honestly, more a 4.5 or 4.75, but I save 5's for books I find extra special. This is a really wonderful book about a couple who set up a 25-acre temporary preserve in the Sawtooth Mountains and brought in wolves to study. Jim had already filmed and produced several successful films...

    My first non-fiction on wolves and I absolutely loved it. I've learned so much about the Sawtooth pack that after finishing this book, I felt like the pack was my own family. I love Lakota the omega so much. I guess I always have a special connection with bully victims. I teared toward...

    This was an attempt at a science based report written by videographers. Based entirely off of the fact they hand raised all the pups and kept them in such a small (by wolf standards) confined space, you really can't take the details in this as factual wolf behavior. It's definitely int...

    We learn a lot about ourselves when we learn about wolves. As the authors lived alongside the pack, they got to observe closeup so many behaviors that we otherwise don't normally see. To accomplish this closeness accepts the weakness of the project which was to "document wolf behavior ...

    Jim and Jamie Dutcher take us on an incredible journey which was very personal to both of them. This is a highly exceptional book which shares their personal experiences and their lives with the Sawtooth Pack. This book had me moved with emotion when they talked about their loss in one...

    A recent favorite book, _Beyond Words_, included a bunch of wolf stories (along with their co-featured species elephants and orcas). It whetted my appetite for more. The team of Jim and Jamie Dutcher (he recording photos and videos, she audio) lived intimately with a pack of wolves for...

    I loved the glimpse into the social and emotional lives of wolves as well as the opportunity to ?meet? the individual wolves of the pack. This book affected me. It?s not a five-star book for me simply because I can?t resolve the question of whether the entire premise is ethi...

    This was a quick and insightful description of an experiment around raising a wolf pack in captivity over several years. The wolves are fully acclimated to their keepers (the authors) and live in a 25 acre pen. Since the Dutchers live so intimately with the pack, the Dutchers see and r...

    I read this book in a couple of days. It was inspiring. It was moving. It made me tear up a couple of time. We can learn a lot from wolves. This book will make you appreciate your own pack a little more. It will remind you why we work hard to protect the natural world from the destroye...

  • Swapnil
    Oct 06, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...

    The Wisdom of Wolves by Jim & Jamie Dutcher is a short but worthwhile read. The pair share lessons they learned from a wolf pack they actually lived with for six years. It?s full of interesting facts and stories of the wolves, but more so full of meaningful lessons like taking ca...

    I have long been a fan of the Dutchers - their work stands as a testament to the amazing creatures we call wolves. And as this book makes clear - we humans have far more in common with wolves than we realize...or like to admit. Taking character traits that we value as humans, the Dutch...

    Honestly, more a 4.5 or 4.75, but I save 5's for books I find extra special. This is a really wonderful book about a couple who set up a 25-acre temporary preserve in the Sawtooth Mountains and brought in wolves to study. Jim had already filmed and produced several successful films...

    My first non-fiction on wolves and I absolutely loved it. I've learned so much about the Sawtooth pack that after finishing this book, I felt like the pack was my own family. I love Lakota the omega so much. I guess I always have a special connection with bully victims. I teared toward...

    This was an attempt at a science based report written by videographers. Based entirely off of the fact they hand raised all the pups and kept them in such a small (by wolf standards) confined space, you really can't take the details in this as factual wolf behavior. It's definitely int...

    We learn a lot about ourselves when we learn about wolves. As the authors lived alongside the pack, they got to observe closeup so many behaviors that we otherwise don't normally see. To accomplish this closeness accepts the weakness of the project which was to "document wolf behavior ...

    Jim and Jamie Dutcher take us on an incredible journey which was very personal to both of them. This is a highly exceptional book which shares their personal experiences and their lives with the Sawtooth Pack. This book had me moved with emotion when they talked about their loss in one...

    A recent favorite book, _Beyond Words_, included a bunch of wolf stories (along with their co-featured species elephants and orcas). It whetted my appetite for more. The team of Jim and Jamie Dutcher (he recording photos and videos, she audio) lived intimately with a pack of wolves for...

    I loved the glimpse into the social and emotional lives of wolves as well as the opportunity to ?meet? the individual wolves of the pack. This book affected me. It?s not a five-star book for me simply because I can?t resolve the question of whether the entire premise is ethi...

    This was a quick and insightful description of an experiment around raising a wolf pack in captivity over several years. The wolves are fully acclimated to their keepers (the authors) and live in a 25 acre pen. Since the Dutchers live so intimately with the pack, the Dutchers see and r...

    I read this book in a couple of days. It was inspiring. It was moving. It made me tear up a couple of time. We can learn a lot from wolves. This book will make you appreciate your own pack a little more. It will remind you why we work hard to protect the natural world from the destroye...

    an interesting read about the life and legacy of wolves. Humans and wolves follow similar patterns of family, honor, respect, etc. It's a quick read that you can glean good items from; i just felt it was lacking a few chapters to add more value. Wolves are the last frontier of animals ...

    This book serves as a witness to the complex emotional lives of wolves. Great stories told in very different but well written and visually descriptive voices. You will, more than once, shed a tear. Very educational and more importantly enjoyable. ...

    Thought provoking This book makes you think about ourselves and our perception of other species.This was my first read about wolves and the way authors have presented their experiences makes it a best one. ...

  • Alana
    Jun 29, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...

    The Wisdom of Wolves by Jim & Jamie Dutcher is a short but worthwhile read. The pair share lessons they learned from a wolf pack they actually lived with for six years. It?s full of interesting facts and stories of the wolves, but more so full of meaningful lessons like taking ca...

  • Hayley
    Mar 24, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

  • elche1221
    Jul 22, 2018

    Your reaction of this book will depend on what you are looking for. First, obviously you have to have an interest in wolves, which I do, and second if you are looking for a book about wolves in the wild, this one will not appeal. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for, a control...

    This is not the book about wolves I wanted it be. It's the latest offering written by a couple who lived with a pack of wolves in mountains our hearts also call home here in Central Idaho in the early '90s. But this wolf pack they lived with was not a wild pack, and therein lies the ru...

    There are good wolf books out there. This, however, is not one of them. Quick, here's a fun exercise: Think of some cliches you could write about the wisdom of social pack creatures such as wolves. Now turn that list into a book that's roughly 200 pages longer than it needs to be. V...

    Insightful and interesting look at wolves as they are- family oriented, playful, smart, compassionate and even empathetic. Words you don't normally hear associated with wolves, but you should. ...

    ?Only by seeing wolves as they are, as neither demon or deity but as creatures worthy of our admiration will we find tolerance within our own human character.? If you are familiar and a fan of wolves, there are no revelations here. But there are affirmations and beautiful storie...

    There had been a debate raging in the US starting in the 1970s about reintroducing wolves into Yellowstone and other national parks. Historically, wolves have been one of the most vilified animals on the planet, a dangerous even evil predator. How often, for example, are mass murderers...

    Simply incredible. Find this review and an interview with the authors at Forever Lost in Literature! For six years, Jim and Jamie Dutcher lived on the perimeter of Idaho's Sawtooth Wilderness with a pack of wolves known as the Sawtooth pack in order to observe the movements, beh...

    A Great Book that Makes the Most of a World that No Longer Holds a Place for Wolves Wolves are beautiful, right? They represent freedom, and look great while howling on a T-shirt, right? Of course they are, but unfortunately, we live in a world hostile to wolves. We get along wit...

    It took me awhile to appreciate the work of Jim and Jody Dutcher. I did not understand the value of a setting where humans and wolves lived in close proximity. It seemed that their observations would be contaminated. What was not clear to me was that in living close to the wolves, they...

    I really enjoyed this book. It is clear a lot of care went into writing it. Personally, I really enjoyed the photographs before every chapter so readers can put a face to each of the wolf characters. I never realize just how much we have in common with these majestic creatures. ...

    Love me a good animal book. The at times breathless writing holds this back a bit, but it?s still fun and informative. ...

    I enjoyed reading about the Sawtooth pack and how wolves work as a family unit and team. ...

    I had a difficult time deciding how to review this book. Parts of it were really good but I had a difficult time with the premise and that kept me from loving this book. In this review I will explain what I liked about the book and what problems I had and anyone who read the review can...

    Well, I'm not sure how to rate this. I live in North Idaho and like alot of people, I love wolves. I thought it'd be a pretty interesting read since it's pretty close to where I live, but I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all this is not a book about wild wolves. It is a ...

    This was an interesting book on the lessons that one man and his wife learned from his time conducting a 6 year project where he analyzed Wolves and lived in their habitat. It was quite incredible to understand some of the human natures that Wolves have operating in packs and how their...

    This book brought tears to my eyes. It seems that wolves have suffered for decades under man's control. There were good times and bad times recorded in these pages, but it does bring to light how important wolves are to the environment and to man himself. Wolves are not only social cre...