Wild Rescuers: Guardians of the Taiga by

Young Llama Thoughts
  • Adventurous
  • Christian Friendly
  • Easy Reading
  • Humerous
  • Youth Appropriate
4.5 Llamas


This is a great book for young girls! It’s adventurous, fun, and is filled with beautiful nature! (And it is Minecraft inspired!!!!!! I LOVE Minecraft so this book was right up my alley. It’s not really a Minecraft book, but it does feel like an survival adventure.)

The book is about a girl who lives with wolves. (Love) And they rescue animals as a team! The book was very good, but there is some violence. (It’s about wolves… Of COURSE there is violence) Nothing gets described, but some animals die.

I did very much enjoy the book, but it was a little hard to read in the middle. (Maybe its cause I’m 16 and I need adventure and action every chapter.) It just felt like they weren’t doing anything in the middle of the book. (But it was still awesome!)

Over all, I think this is a great book for little girls to read and it is very enjoyable. I hope you all have a nice day!!! -The Young Llama Reader.


  • A VERY good book for young girls!
  • Kid-friendly and filled with adventure!
  • WOLVES!!!!


  • Some violence
  • Can be hard to read

From StacyPlays, creator of the mega-popular YouTube series Dogcraft, comes a thrilling illustrated novel about a girl raised by a pack of wolves and her quest to protect their shared forest home. The first in a new Minecraft-inspired fantasy adventure series!

Stacy was raised by wolves. She’s never needed humans to survive and, from what she sees of humans, they’re dangerous and unpredictable. For as long as she can remember, Stacy’s pack of six powerful, playful wolves—Addison, Basil, Everest, Noah, Tucker and Wink—have been her only family.

Together, Stacy’s pack patrols the forest to keep other animals safe, relying on her wits and each wolf’s unique abilities to accomplish risky rescue missions. But as the forest changes and new dangers begin lurking, are Stacy and the wolves prepared for the perils that await them?

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