Tell the Wolves I’m Home

By Carol Rifka Brunt

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In Tell the Wolves I’m Home, June Elbus, our fourteen-year-old narrator, loses her beloved uncle, Finn (a respected artist) to AIDS in the opening chapters. A lover of medieval paraphernalia and a loner, June feels more isolated than ever before meeting someone who takes her on a different journey. Set during a time when ignorance and paranoia defined the general public and stigmatized those living with it, this novel offers a tender look at coming-of-age. 

Great for: 

  • 14 and up
  • teens and adults alike who want a beautiful story about the loss of a loved one 
  • Anyone who enjoys books with an authentic narrator
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