Jack London understands the animals of the North in his classic, “The Call of the Wild”

Nature Tutor Jack London
In Call of the Wild, Jack London Man tames the animals for his convenience but animals become loyal to their masters. Animals accept whatever they are given and serve in whatever way they can. They are often more sensitive to things than we could ever be. Deception is not in their set of values so they can be the most faithful of friends to humans. But they belong to the wild and they yearn for freedom, no matter how much they love their masters.

Title: The Call of the Wild
Year of Book: 1903
Writer: Jack London
Birthplace of Writer: United States
Genre: Novel (fiction)