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Storm

Hunter: Storm, [8] Savage [9] Lone Dog: Storm [10] Leashed Dog: Storm [4]
Omega: Storm [11]
Member: Storm [12]
Unknown: Storm [13]

Foster Mother: Martha
Foster Father: Lucky
Brothers: Wiggle, Fang
Foster Sons: Golden, Tough

Storm is a scarred, [14] lithe, [15] long-legged, [16] muscular [17] thickset, [18] brown-and-tan female [19] Fierce Dog [20] with big paws, [21] shiny, [22] glossy fur, [23] a sharp head, [24] a slender, pointed, [25] broad, [26] dark [27] tan face; [28] a light [27] beige muzzle; [29] small, [29] floppy ears, [6] one of which is torn; [30] long, [14] needle-sharp, [31] white teeth; [32] dark [25] brown eyes, [33] and a long thin tail. [6]

Contents

  • 1 History
    • 1.1 In the Original Series
      • 1.1.1 Darkness Falls
      • 1.1.2 The Broken Path
      • 1.1.3 The Endless Lake
      • 1.1.4 Storm of Dogs
    • 1.2 In the Gathering Darkness arc
      • 1.2.1 A Pack Divided
      • 1.2.2 Dead of Night
      • 1.2.3 Into the Shadows
      • 1.2.4 Red Moon Rising
      • 1.2.5 The Exile’s Journey
      • 1.2.6 The Final Battle
  • 2 Trivia
  • 3 Family
    • 3.1 Members
    • 3.2 Tree
  • 4 Quotes
  • 5 References and Citations

History

In the Original Series

Darkness Falls
The Broken Path
The Endless Lake

A few days passed and Alpha wants a white rabbit for Storm’s official naming ceremony. Storm is angry, and tells Lucky that she’d want to rip Alpha’s throat out so she didn’t have to listen to his complaining again. She becomes disappointed and mad when she doesn’t have a rock to sit on and a full white rabbit. Alpha says her name can’t be Storm, but Storm keeps insisting for it to be Storm, Alpha decides her “stubbornness” can not be tolerated, and names Storm Savage, because of her heritage with the fierce dogs.

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Storm of Dogs

In the Gathering Darkness arc

A Pack Divided
Dead of Night
Into the Shadows
Red Moon Rising

It is found that Storm let the fox go. Then Mickey and Storm are banished to high watch, they see Beetle and Thorn sneak away but don’t tell. Then when Thorn and Beetle are missing, she says she saw them. Then all four of them are banished. Two at a time. Then on thin ice, Storm sleepwalks to the Longpaw camp. Then she sleepwalks with Tiny and tells her to hide. When she comes back, Alpha, Beta and, Twitch talk. Storm says that they don’t need to say anything. She was going to leave. She sees the Golden Deer but doesn’t catch it because she can’t bring good fortune to a pack that is no longer hers.

The Exile’s Journey
The Final Battle

Trivia

  • Storm was mistakenly described with a black tail. [34]
  • The Gathering Darkness series will be from her point of view. [35]
  • Storm was around 8-10 weeks old when Lucky and Mickey rescued her. [36]
  • Gillian believes Storm will find a mate one day, even though she isn’t very keen on the idea. [37]
    • Gillian suspects that the right mate for Storm may be a new dog, although she says Storm would be more patient with dogs she already knew. [38]
    • When asked what type of dogs Storm would be interested in taking on as a mate, Gillian replied that Storm is probably unsure, as she is very confused and doesn’t ever see herself as having a mate. [39]
    • When asked if she had a small crush on Woody, Gillian replied that “I don’t think Storm really has crushes at this point in her life – she’s determined not to get romantically involved and possibly have puppies that would interfere with her hunting! But I’m sure a lot of male dogs in the Pack admire her. ” [40]
  • Storm is called a “girl-pup” in The Endless Lake. [41]
  • When asked how Storm felt after the half-wolf Alpha fell off Lake Road, Gillian said that Storm, probably had very conflicted feelings about Alpha, and must have felt guilty for deciding not to save him, yet torn about whether the impact his death would have on the Pack would be good or bad. [42]
  • Sweet implies in The Final Battle that Storm will become Alpha of the Wild Pack one day.
  • Storm was not trusted because she was a fierce dog.

Family

Members

Fang: [45] Deceased As of Storm of Dogs [45] Wiggle: [46] Deceased As of Darkness Falls [46]

Foster Father:

Lucky: [47] Living As of The Final Battle

Foster Mother:

Martha: [48] Deceased As of Storm of Dogs [48]

Foster Sons:

Golden: [49] Living As of The Final Battle Tough: [49] Living As of The Final Battle

Storm is a scarred,14 lithe,15 long-legged,16 muscular17 thickset,18 brown-and-tan female19 Fierce Dog20 with big paws,21 shiny,22 glossy fur,23 a sharp head,24 a slender, pointed,25 broad,26 dark27 tan face;28 a light27 beige muzzle;29 small,29 floppy ears,6 one of which is torn;30 long,14…

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Lucky’s Lick, by Mary Esparza-Vela, with artwork by Denis Proulx, is an uplifting story of a little boy paralyzed due to an accident. When the story begins, Juanito is waiting for his friends to come to his birthday party. He’s in a wheelchair because of the damage he’s suffered – he misses his active life, but his spirit remains positive.

Juanito finds things to enjoy in daily living, as his mother tirelessly continues his healing physical therapy – she never loses faith. At his party, he gets Lucky’s Lick, by Mary Esparza-Vela, with artwork by Denis Proulx, is an uplifting story of a little boy paralyzed due to an accident. When the story begins, Juanito is waiting for his friends to come to his birthday party. He’s in a wheelchair because of the damage he’s suffered – he misses his active life, but his spirit remains positive.

Juanito finds things to enjoy in daily living, as his mother tirelessly continues his healing physical therapy – she never loses faith. At his party, he gets the superhero gifts he wanted, but he gets something else, a sweet little puppy from his Uncle Frank. Juanito names his puppy Lucky. The title of the story comes from little Lucky licking Juanito’s toes and that lick shows them something wonderful!

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Most of Mary Esparza-Vela’s picture books are translated into Spanish and this one will be, too. This is a good one to share the love across international and cultural lines. The message of faith, hope, love, and never giving up comes across loud and clear.
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As human beings we are met with challenges on a daily basis and how we choose to react to them is entirely up to us. Meet Juanito, a boy who is excited about his birthday party and disappointed at the same time because he cannot participate in sports with his friends because of his paralysis.

Juanito’s hope for his birthday is to receive super hero toys and he imagines what fun they would be to have. An unexpected gift of a puppy ends up being the best gift imaginable in more than one way. The c As human beings we are met with challenges on a daily basis and how we choose to react to them is entirely up to us. Meet Juanito, a boy who is excited about his birthday party and disappointed at the same time because he cannot participate in sports with his friends because of his paralysis.

Juanito’s hope for his birthday is to receive super hero toys and he imagines what fun they would be to have. An unexpected gift of a puppy ends up being the best gift imaginable in more than one way. The companionship is the obvious and the outcome of the unexpected will make the readers’ heart soar with faith. Read Lucky’s Lick to discover Juanita’s special gift and how it changes his life.

Mary Esparza-Vela’s talent for blending many emotions at once from the characters into a believable and heartwarming story from the onset will make Lucky’s Lick a story to read over and over again. Illustrator, Denis Proulx’s delightful illustrations bring Juanito’s story to life capturing the story of friendship, faith, and determination. A must read for one and all for whatever your adversity in your life is.
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My Review: Juanito sat in his wheel chair watching the kids in his neighborhood playing basketball and riding their bikes. Only a few months ago he was riding his bike before he got struck by a car which left him paralyzed from the waist down. Juanito’s prayer was to walk again and with his birthday coming up he wasn’t going to allow his situation get in the way of celebrating with his friends and family. He received a special gift from his uncle which went a long way in helping him make a full My Review: Juanito sat in his wheel chair watching the kids in his neighborhood playing basketball and riding their bikes. Only a few months ago he was riding his bike before he got struck by a car which left him paralyzed from the waist down. Juanito’s prayer was to walk again and with his birthday coming up he wasn’t going to allow his situation get in the way of celebrating with his friends and family. He received a special gift from his uncle which went a long way in helping him make a full recovery.

This is an inspiring and uplifting story, a story about a positive attitude toward life situations. This story not only encourages children but gives hope. A great way to overcome adversity.

The illustrations by Denis Prouix are bright and bold which helps bring the story to life. I highly recommend this book.

Disclaimer: As per FTC guidelines, I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review. I received no monetary compensation. All opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone.
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