Additional Resources for Julie of the Wolves by Jean Craighead George

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George, Jean Craighead. Journey Inward. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1982.

This autobiographical account provides an overview of the circumstances that surrounded the writing of George's books and illustrates her deep regard for nature.

"Newbery Award Acceptance."

Horn Book 49 (August 1973): 337-347.

Describes the research that went into the writing of Julie of the Wolves.

Hopkins, Lee Bennett. "Jean Craighead George." Elementary English 50 (October 1973): 1049-1053. Overview of George's work, with many autobiographical quotations about how she came to write specific books.

Scott, Jon C. "Jean George's Arctic Pastoral: A Reading of Julie of the Wolves."

Children's Literature 3 (1974): 131-139. Examines the novel as part of the pastoral tradition in literature.

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