LibriVox recording of Northern Trails, Book I by William J. Long. Read in English by Jill Engle; Chris Smith; Lazlo; Sheila; Jeremiah Sutherland; Kangaroo; ReadingRach; Twinkle "In the original preface to "Northern Trails" the author stated that, with the solitary exception of the salmon's life in the sea after he vanishes from human sight, every incident recorded here is founded squarely upon personal and accurate observation of animal life and habits. I now repeat and emphasize that statement. Even when the observations are, for the reader's sake, put into the form of a connected story, there is not one trait or habit mentioned which is not true to animal life." -- William J. Long, from the book's preface. Northern Trails, Book I, is one of the last two books in the "Wood Folk" series by William J. Long. It has six stories, with wolves, Indians, caribou, and much more. - Summary by Kangaroo692 For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording.