Sticking with pigs / Mary-Anne Scott.

By: Scott, Mary-Anne, 1960- [author.]Material type: TextTextDescription: 203 pages ; 20 cmISBN: 9780995106406; 0995106401Subject(s): Feral pig hunting -- Teen fiction | Hunting dogs -- Teen fiction | Families -- Teen fiction | Brothers -- Teen fiction | Addison's disease -- Teen fictionGenre/Form: Adventure stories. | Young adult fiction, New Zealand. | Young adult fiction. Summary: Fourteen-year-old Wolf's life has been spiralling out of control since his younger brother, Davey, became sick. Now, Davey's been diagnosed with Addison's disease and Dad has taken leave to help care for him. Wolf feels forgotten. Uncle Jeremy has been helping the family out by dropping off meat he has shot. When he offers to take Wolf on a pig-hunt Wolf sees a chance to get away from the family stress, but this hunting trip proves to be more than he bargained for.
List(s) this item appears in: Hāwera Reading Vine | Hāwera Reading Vine - Adventure Stories | Hāwera Reading Vine - New Zealand Fiction | Hāwera Reading Vine - Animal Stories
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Novel for young adults.

Fourteen-year-old Wolf's life has been spiralling out of control since his younger brother, Davey, became sick. Now, Davey's been diagnosed with Addison's disease and Dad has taken leave to help care for him. Wolf feels forgotten. Uncle Jeremy has been helping the family out by dropping off meat he has shot. When he offers to take Wolf on a pig-hunt Wolf sees a chance to get away from the family stress, but this hunting trip proves to be more than he bargained for.

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