Tell the Wolves I'm Home Setting

Carol Rifka Brunt
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Manhattan

This is where Finn and Toby have their apartment.

Northern Westchester

Where June, Greta, and her parents live.

Cloisters

This is where Finn often takes June, attending the yearly medieval festivals, or just enjoying the atmosphere of the time period.

Phelps Street

This is the street where June, Greta, and their parents live.

Mount Kisko Diner

This is the place where Danni Elbus takes her daughter June to tell her about Finn's illness.

Woods

The woods behind June's school is where June spends most of her free time after Finn dies. It is where she likes to go and pretend that she has been transported in time to a Medieval period.

Gasho of Japan

This is the restaurant June's father selects to have his birthday dinner; it is complete with a Japanese garden and constructed by bringing a sixteenth century farmhouse from Japan and rebuilding it.

Sumac Avenue

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