Night and Snow are Haze's parents. They are the leaders of the pack, the Alpha male and female. They hold their tails high. Their eyes glow. They are father and mother to all the wolves in their pack. This includes the pups born in the spring a few months ago, and also the grown wolves born the spring before. . .
As Night and Snow and the older members of the pack venture far from the den to locate food for the family, Haze is left to tend to the pups. That's when he hears the sounds of a rival wolf pack. And they're getting closer. As the den keeper it's up to Haze to defend the pups — if he can.
Such life in a wolf pack is vividly portrayed in this lavishly illustrated picture book by award-winning Western author and illustrator, Georgia Graham.