Bobcat Prowling (Hardcover)

Bobcat Prowling By Maria Gianferrari, Bagram Ibatoulline (Illustrator) Cover Image

Bobcat Prowling (Hardcover)


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In this companion to Coyote Moon and Hawk Rising, a young bobcat searches a suburban landscape for a territory to call home.

As the day breaks,
feline eyes blink open,
and yowls disrupt the still morning air.

A young bobcat leaves tracks in the snow as he sets out to find a home range of his own. Amidst the harsh winds and icy chill of winter, Yearling travels between the deep wilderness and suburbia, hunting for prey as he goes. He tracks hare, squirrel, pheasant…




But each time, he is foiled by the resident predator. Will Yearling find a territory to call his own?

Maria Gianferrari is a picture book reading/writing, tea-drinking, dog-loving, birdwatching resident of Massachusetts. She lives with her scientist husband and rescue dog, Maple, in a house encircled by trees. Maria writes books that honor our bonds with creatures both domestic and wild, and that celebrate the natural world around us. Bobcat Prowling is a companion book to Maria’s other predator titles with Roaring Brook including Hawk Rising and Coyote Moon, also illustrated by Bagram Ibatoulline.

Bagram Ibatoulline is a Russian-born artist who has illustrated many acclaimed books for young readers, including Kate DiCamillo's The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, Jane Yolen's The Scarecrow's Dance, and Lois Lowry's Crow Call. He lives in the Catskills region of New York.
Product Details ISBN: 9781626727861
ISBN-10: 1626727864
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
Publication Date: March 22nd, 2022
Pages: 48
Language: English

"A visually arresting introduction to the species that makes its home throughout North America." - School Library Journal

"Ibatoulline’s (Coyote Moon, The Hawk of the Castle) realistic watercolors depict unspoiled landscapes, which provide glimpses into the ways animals and humans can occupy the same spaces." - The Horn Book Magazine