Baree, Son of Kazan is a tale of friendship and bravery far from human civilization. Baree is a wolf-dog, the son of Kazan and the blind Gray Wolf. Just months old when he is accidentally separated from his parents, he has to make his way alone in the inhospitable wilderness. As Baree faces his fears and learns to survive, he finds neighbors and friends among the other creatures, including owls, beavers, and bears. His life is changed forever when he encounters Nepeese, a trapper's daughter, and a bond is formed which will see them through many trials and adventures. Written by conservationist James Oliver Curwood and based on his own experiences in Canada's Northwest, Baree, Son of Kazan is permeated by a palpable love of nature which you may find contagious.