Morse Pond Review: Wolf Hollow


WolfHollowWolf Hollow

Lauren Wolk

Dutton Books for Young Readers


Available now

In a small, rural town in Pennsylvania Annabelle’s life is as perfect as can be. She has great friends, a wonderful family, and the best home she can imagine, until Betty Glengarry shows up in autumn 1943.The wandering man, Toby, is showing up more often with his camera around Annabelle’s farm. Betty is the biggest bully in school, well, next to Andy Woodberry. The mystery of a child’s disappearance, and trying to save Toby’s life, takes you on the edge of your seat with vivid, heartfelt emotion. I loved this book!

~ Ava, grade 6


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