About C.L. Murphy
C.L. Murphy lives in southern Oregon with her husband and has two sons. Her great love of the outdoors and wildlife in the beautiful Oregon’s forests have inspired her storybooks. A percentage of the proceeds from her first book of the series, ‘The Adventures of Lovable Lobo – Lobo & Popo Fool the Pack’ will be donated to wildlife rehabilitation refuges.
The Wolf Pup Rite of passage
Lobo the Wolf Pup has reached the age when he must complete a right of passage. Lobo’s pack must set out on its first solo hunt. Each pup, in order to prove he is a real wolf, must return before sunset with his portion of dinner to share with the rest of the pack. Lobo is different from the rest of his wolf pup friends and finds himself challenged to complete the task.
Not knowing what to do, Lobo seeks help from his friend, Popo the Opossum. Together they come up with a plan to solve Lobo’s problem.
Lobo and Popo’s plan proves dangerous and Popo barely escapes with his life.
The Adventures of Lovable Lobo and the Elements of a Great Children’s Book
The Adventures of Lovable Lobo: Lobo & Popo Fool the Pack contains many elements of a great children’s picture book including colorful and engaging illustrations, adventure, wildlife, critters in nature, lovable animals and friendship.
Children will identify with a character who feels “different from all the rest” because most children feel that way at some point in their lives.
Children will appreciate the power of friendship between Lobo and Popo, realizing that true friends make great sacrifices for one another.
The Adventures of Lovable Lobo contains colorful illustrations which will capture the attention of the youngest of readers.
At the end of the story, readers are presented with a story element which is bound to keep them coming back for more – suspense. Children will want to turn the page and keep reading, but they will have to wait and read the next book in the Adventures of Lovable Lobo to find out the answer to the question: Did Lobo and Popo really fool the pack?