Alive and Well. Mostly. by Colin Adams and David A. Wierth
Alive and Well. Mostly. Animal Tales of Peril and Perseverance for Young Readers by Young Writers, illustrated by Colin Adams and edited by David A. Wierth is a collection of imaginative short stories about animals in their native biomes. Migrate through the ocean with an adventurous narwhal, defeat a badger army with the king of the owls, befriend a firefly with a vengeful howler monkey, or navigate complex social dynamics with an arctic wolf. Each story is sure to draw you in: friendship, family, predators, betrayal—this book has it all.
Stories included in this volume: Allen's True Family by Jackson Walker Lee; The Fight for Friendship by Greta A. Helser; Miracle by Myriah Washington; The Migration by Luke Woodland; Broken by Charley Carey; Piper Becomes a Leader by Isa Neese De Los Santos; King of the Jungle by Stuart Lidberg; Meldrick's Adventure by Robert Sutton; Maria's Voice by Gabrielle German; Echo . . . by Olivia Devereux; The Legend of Shawn by P. Theissen; Jeremy and the Boas by Nico A. Hamburger; The Big Move by Makena Moragne; Erasmus the Hero by Erasto Paula; A Long Trek by Anna Rose Fuller; Green Eyes by Geordie Shank; A New Life for Geoffery by Sophia Kodachi; Little Night Jumper and the Whistling Thorns by E. S. Hudanish; Lightning's Leadership by Rachel Woods; Finding Home by Cici Carlough.
Published May 2015
Paperback, 316 pages
5.25 x 8 inches