The Call of the Wild (Graphic Novels)

The Call of the Wild Graphic Novels Part St Bernard part Scotch shepherd Buck is a sturdy crossbreed canine accustomed to a comfortable life as a family dog until he s seized from his pampered surroundings and shipped to Alaska to be

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  • Title: The Call of the Wild (Graphic Novels)
  • Author: Neil Kleid Alex Niño Jack London
  • ISBN: 9780142405710
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Paperback
  • Part St Bernard, part Scotch shepherd, Buck is a sturdy crossbreed canine accustomed to a comfortable life as a family dog until he s seized from his pampered surroundings and shipped to Alaska to be a sled dog There, the forbidding landscape is as harsh as life itself during the gold rush of the 1890s Forced to function in a climate where every day is a savage strugPart St Bernard, part Scotch shepherd, Buck is a sturdy crossbreed canine accustomed to a comfortable life as a family dog until he s seized from his pampered surroundings and shipped to Alaska to be a sled dog There, the forbidding landscape is as harsh as life itself during the gold rush of the 1890s Forced to function in a climate where every day is a savage struggle for survival, Buck adapts quickly Traces of his earlier existence are obliterated and he reverts to his dormant primeval instincts, encountering danger and adventure as he becomes the leader of a wolf pack and undertakes a journey of nearly mythical proportions Superb details, taken from Jack London s firsthand knowledge of Alaskan frontier life, make this classic tale of endurance as gripping today as it was over a century ago One of literature s most popular and exciting adventure stories, The Call of the Wild will enrich the reading experience of youngsters, and rekindle fond memories of a favorite among older generations.

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    1. Lucas Pires MoraisMs.WhiteIndependent Reading6th October 12The Call of the Wild: Graphic Novel By Neil Kleid, Classic Fiction, 148 PagesThis graphic novel adaption of Jack London’s The Call of the Wild is a fantastic adventure based around the drastic change in the life of a dog named Buck. I like how the author does not try to make the dogs seem human, but keep them as animals, yet you can understand all their thoughts and points of view based on their actions. Buck was always pampered by his [...]

    2. This graphic novel adapts nicely for those who are familiar with the Jack London novel. For readers who are unfamiliar with the London book or are reluctant readers the illustrations work nicely with the chosen text. Overall the illustrations are somewhat dark and primitive.The Call Of The Wild had probably been made into more adaptations than any book by an American author. There are children's versions of the book that can teach young readers about kindness and empathy. Young adult versions be [...]

    3. This graphic adaptation of London’s classic tale of canine adventure lacks none of the action and excitement of the original. However, where the original vividly painted Buck, his team, their struggles and their complex relationships with humans, the graphic novel only hints. Most noticeably lacking is any sense of development in the relationship between Buck and John Thornton. Though Niño’s black and white ink drawings capture the stark country of the Yukon and the movement of the characte [...]

    4. The Call of the WildBy Neil KleidThis book is about a dog sold from this mansion in California to become a sled dog in the Alaskan Gold Rush. It tells the amazing tale of his struggle to understand the law of club and fang and adapt to his new life. The author does a good job and bring the characters to life and makes you fall in love with Buck the dog. I have read the book and seen the movie so it was great to have the opportunity to read the graphic novel. I honestly think I prefer it over the [...]

    5. The story was decent, which didn't have much to do with the comic at all. I could get the same and more from just reading the actual book. In this media, visuals are vital. They're everything. You have to be able to tell characters apart, including specific coloration or variations in shape/design. This book completely failed to deliver. The drawings were chicken scratchings at best, color patterns didn't stay consistent, especially on the wolves - they morphed into Buck look-alikes. None of the [...]

    6. This was an awful book, plain and simple. The story dragged on and on. I didn't care that Buck was in, yet another, fight. I couldn't care less that all of this fighting was just because Buck wanted dominance. There was too much dog abuse in this book. The dogs were constantly tired and all of the stupid humans couldn't see that was this was the problem. It was extremely unrealistic. Additionally, the format made this book even worse. Graphic novel? No. Comic book. It just wasn't colored in. It [...]

    7. When I first picked up the this novel, i didn't know it was a graphic novel, I failed to notice that part. With its old fashioned black and white illustrations, it quickly caught my eye. Following the story of domesticated wolf, Jack it was an interesting new read for me. As you progress through the storyline, you see the true bond that Jack and his owner have forged over time. Many people wanting Jack the wolf out of the picture they have to face many unwelcoming towns and people, to get to the [...]

    8. The call of the wild graphic novel is a great read to better understand the story. I loved the call of the wild but reading it as a graphic novel helped me pick up on parts that I may have missed and put less stress on my brain seeing graphics rather than a page full of words. The call of the wild is about a dog named Buck. You follow his story of becoming a sled dog and how he eventually finds his way to the wild. Buck has had many owners but not any he was able to love. Buck finally finds his [...]

    9. Grade: 5-6Genre: realistic fictionAward(s): noneForced to function in a climate where every day is a savage struggle for survival, Buck adapts quickly. Traces of his earlier existence are obliterated and he reverts to his dormant primeval instincts, encountering danger and adventure as he becomes the leader of a wolf pack and undertakes a journey of nearly mythical proportions. I would have the students come up with a different title for the graphica and recreate their favorite scene. This is a [...]

    10. The call of the wild is about a dog named Buck who is sold to be a sled dog and pull sleds in Alaska. There he learns about the lives of sled dogs and the danger that they must face in their struggle to survive. This is a graphic novel about the dangers that Buckhad to face as a sled dog.I picked this book up because I read the book and it was really good. The pictures in the graphic novel are terrible. In my opinion anyways.I finished this book because I wanted to see the differences between th [...]

    11. Genre- Realistic FictionAwards- NoneGrade Level- 5-6This graphic novel is based off a book and movie. This book is very beneficial for students because not only are they reading the material but they are also getting images to help them have a better understanding of what is going on in the story. More children would be more open to a graphic novel because they can have a break from just reading line after line. A follow up activity to go along with this book would be for the students to create [...]

    12. I read the graphic novel version of The Call of the Wild. It was fantastic! The art was a bit different from what I usually like, but it worked. I think it did a pretty good job of translating it a graphic novel. I read the original, I believe, sometime in high school. I don't remember it all the way, but I remember loving it. What can I say? I'm an animal lover. Any story about animals is usually fantastic. :D

    13. This is a classic story of a pampered estate dog who is sold into service. He must learn to survive by discovering and developing his deep primordial instinct. This classic story is told in pictures with speech bubbles. It could be used in a literature lesson about classics to inspire children who won’t or don’t read to actually take up a book and read a story. It can also be used in a unit about animals; service animals v. domestic animals and domestic animals v. wild animals.

    14. They were mean to the dogs and just kept trying to get more sled dogs. My mom said that the language wasn't appropriate for young kids. I didn't want to read anymore.

    15. ugh, I hated the graphics, I hated the way the story was told; I didn't even want to go past the first page. I scanned through to see if it got better, but it didn't. Maybe that's just me though.

    16. I don't remember this well. I remember my 5th grade teacher reading it to us in school, but I don't remember many details.

    17. This isn't the first time I read this book. Though the difference is the edition. For this one which is on , it's wording is difficult. But still, I love the book

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