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Sticking With Pigs

Sticking With Pigs

Author: Mary-Anne Scott
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Wolf Miller lives a ‘townie’ life with his struggling family who are dealt an extra blow when Wolf’s brother Davey is diagnosed with Addison’s disease. Wolf feels neglected as he is constantly minding his six-year-old sister for his pre-occupied parents. Uncle Jeremy offers to take Wolf hunting, much to Wolf’s parent’s horror.

The offer to go hunting sounds great to 15 year old Wolf. A quick pig hunt, what could go wrong?


'There is no doubt there is a fair bit of adrenaline involved in hunting (for females who hunt as well), but Mary-Anne has given us a spot-on portrayal of a teenager who is still learning his space in the world, making this more than just another yarn.' – Sarah Forster 

'This story had no ‘boring bits’ as Wolf came across one challenge after another. Great kiwi lingo and reluctant reader heaven.' – Adele Broadbent 

'It’s a graphic, high-tension, sometimes shocking story that will appeal to boys aged about 12 to 14 who are interested in the idea of testing themselves by going pig-hunting in the wilderness.' – Lorraine Orman 

Author description

Mary-anne Scott lives in the Hawkes Bay and is a young adult writer. Coming Home to Roost was shortlisted in the 2016 Book Awards for Children and Young Adults and Snakes and Ladders won the category in 2013.

Stock Information

General Fields

  • : 9780995106406
  • : OneTree House
  • : OneTree House
  • : October 2018
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Mary-Anne Scott
  • : Paperback