Wolf Pack by Edo van Belkom

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Winner of the prestigious Aurora Award and Silver Birch Award, WOLF PACK is the inspiration for the highly anticipated original series coming to Paramount+

Nothing gets between a wolf and its pack…

Most of the time, Noble, Argus, Harlan and Tora are like any other teenagers. Prowling the halls of their high school in search of new crushes and true friendships, all while trying to keep up their grades. Except these teens are anything but ordinary…

Discovered as wolf cubs in the wilderness of Redstone Forest, the pack knows their adoptive parents are the only humans they can trust with their shape-shifting secret. So whenever the siblings want to wolf around, they race to the forest to run—and relish their special bond. Until the terrible day a TV crew films their shocking transformation—and Tora is captured by a scientist determined to reveal her supernatural abilities to the world.

Now the brothers will do anything to get their sister back. Even if it means taking their powers to a whole new level by becoming werewolves for the very first time–something their parents warned them never to attempt. But once the teens go to the dark side, will they ever make it back to the only life they’ve ever known?


“A well-plotted story. The plot moves quickly enough to hold interest and may appeal to reluctant readers.”

School Library Journal

“[Edo van Belkom is] one of the premier horror writers in Canada.”

The Toronto Sun

“[A] great book to recommend to reluctant readers. The plot moves quickly and will keep the reader’s focus. WOLF PACK is a winner of the Aurora Award, Canada’s highest award for achievements in the fields of science fiction and fantasy. Recommended for YA and school library collections.”

Monster Librarian

“WOLF PACK is a thrilling ride from start to finish.”

Canadian Children’s Book News

“The book is not a difficult read with its straightforward, uncomplicated plot and characters, and it is a brisk-moving plot that can hold readers’ interest through to its resolution.”

CM Magazine (University of Manitoba)

“Ideal for summer reading. Exciting. I enjoyed each of these books so much that I read them while drying dishes and even walking along the sidewalk. I recommend that adults read these novels at the same time as their junior readers. Afterall, why should kids have all the fun.”

The Standard (A 3-book review)

Awards & Accolades


Aurora Award Winner, 2005


Silver Birch Award Winner, 2006