I never knew a dog could walk 96 miles in two days-especially not across a wilderness AND through a forest fire. Who would have thought that was possible? But I had to. I had a family back home that needed me, so that's what I had to do. Alone in the Bob Marshall Wilderness and separated from his family by a forest fire, can Bandit find his way home? Follow Bandit as he races ninety-six miles across one of the wildest places in Montana. Along the way explore the majestic Bob Marshall Wilderness, learn about wilderness wildfire, and discover why wilderness is a rich legacy for us all.
About the Author
Award winning children's author, Donna Love has written ten books for children, including The Glaciers Are Melting!, Montana's 2012 Book of the Year. With a background in art education, Donna substitute taught at the elementary and high school level for many years, and survived to tell about it. She regularly brings her author and interactive nature programs to schools and events across the Northwest. She lives in Missoula, Montana, with her newly retired from the Forest Service husband, Tim. They have three grown children and two delightful granddaughters. Visit her at www.donnalove.com