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The Last Lobo ❄ [KINDLE] ✽ The Last Lobo By Roland Smith ➝ – Jacob retruns with his grandfather to the Hopi reservation where he was born and uickly discovers that the Hopi are divided over a lobo a Mexican wolf which some say is hunting on the reservation The Jacob retruns with his grandfather to the Hopi reservation where he was born and uickly discovers that the Hopi are divided over a lobo a The Last PDF/EPUB or Mexican wolf which some say is hunting on the reservation The lobo is an endangered species and Jake knows that if the lobo does exist he must do everything he can to save it.

10 thoughts on “The Last Lobo

  1. Tracy Mallett Tracy Mallett says:

    Written for juveniles but our library sponsored Roland Smith to come to the local school and talk to kids So I read some of his books and I'm hooked Great adventure stories involving animals

  2. Clint Clint says:

    Jacob has spent time than most in the wild working with wild animals Having a father who is a field biologist has taken Jacob on adventures to Africa and Brazil When Jacob returns from Brazil he finds that his father has voluntarily left his rest home and gone home to the Hopi Indian Reservation in Arizona Jacob takes off to find his grandfather which leads him to another adventure in the wild When Jacob gets to the reservation he finds there is a lobo on the loose and joins with an older Hopi Indian in an attempt to trap the lobo and save itThis is the third novel in a series that follows the adventures of Jacob to Africa and Brazil This I don't think is as exciting as Thunder Cave and Jaguar as I currently remember it but it is still a good read It has action and deals with nature making it a nice appeal to a young male As with most of Roland Smith's books this would be a good read for a reluctant reader

  3. Daniel Daniel says:

    The Last Lobo is a great book I think anyone who likes animals and adventure will like it It is about a kid named Jake Jake's grandpa Taw goes down to New Mexico to see his friend named John Jake follows him as suprise When he gets down there he meets a guy named Buckley who drives him to the Hopi Indian Reservation When he got there he meets Marie John's wife Then he mets Earl a big buff guy who is Marie's ex husband Jake hears a rumor that lobos are killing farms animals The Hopi chiefs have a meeting about it Earl says that he will kill the lobo Taw John and Jake are trying to capture the lobo to let it free John and Jake set traps so they could capture the lobo and let it go in Mexico If I tell amy it will spoil the ending You will have to read it to find out

  4. Owen Owen says:

    I read this book because it was by an author that I liked I read it thinking maybe it will be good It was fantastic I really liked the topic I thought it was interesting and creative The characters all had uniue traits and were all well described and had good personalities This is probably one of my fvorite books

  5. Erik This Kid Reviews Books Erik This Kid Reviews Books says:

    This is a great book from one of my favorite authors I love that it teaches a little bit about the Native American cultures in that area New Mexico Texas Arizona etc I like Buckley a lot He's cool I like how the main character Jake and his grandfather's friend search for the lobo together and how they bond I also like how they don't plan to kill the lobo

  6. Cathy Cathy says:

    B; A Nice short read while I was at work From the Jr Fiction section about a 15 year old boy who helps his grandfather and the Hopi tribe catch a lobo wolf I think I picked this up because Lobo is the name of one of our fur herd

  7. blanca blanca says:

    i only read a little bit but i really dont remember what it was about

  8. John John says:

    Part 3 after Thunder Cave and Jaguar Great boys adventure Middle school age

  9. Calli Calli says:

    I hadn't realized that this was a seuel of sorts to Thunder Cave And it's actually the third book with Jaguar in betweenEnjoyed this now back to Jaguar

  10. Steve Mickelson Steve Mickelson says:

    Not as good as the first two books but still a good adventure

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