The only surviving member of his clan, Wahb the grizzly cub grows up alone in the Wyoming mountains, harboring anger and hatred for humans and other creatures that harmed him. As he develops into a full-grown grizzly, he becomes an unstoppable force whose former foes seem tiny in comparison. Wahb lives in peace with the other animals as well as the human visitors to Yellowstone National Park—until his dominance is challenged by another grizzly.
Naturalist Ernest Thompson Seton was celebrated throughout Europe and the United States as a writer, lecturer, environmentalist, and co-founder of the Boy Scouts of America. He was also a gifted artist who illustrated most of his pioneering works of wildlife fiction, and this tale features 75 of his distinctive black-and-white images.
Reprint of The Century Co., New York, 1900 edition.
|Author/Editor||Ernest Thompson Seton|
|Dimensions||5.5 x 8.5|