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As an author I write because I can’t draw. When I was a kid I’d see something I wanted to share – a gorgeous winter dawn or a fat, sleepy kitten – so I would try to draw it and it never looked even remotely like what I was looking at. Then I realized I could write and capture the world in words. Tatiana Strelkoff is a published author of eight books and lives in Rome, Italy with her husband and her two children, now fully grown. Tatiana does literary translations of novels and screenplays, including the script of Tornatore’s most recent film “The Best Offer”, and works for several United Nations agencies in Rome for their Language Services Departments. Author of The Changer, her first published book. In her own words "I wrote it because I wanted my readers to experience nature and animals intimately. I wanted to help them commune with the animals in their lives, get on some sort of wavelength that fosters closer relationships because when we approach our animal friends like our human friends we are the richer for it”.
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Jeremy and the Crow Nation
by Tatiana Strelkoff

Overview


Jeremy and the Crow Nation picks up the main character from The Changer and asks what could be happening to a teenager who has Jeremy’s gift. I wanted to explore the moral quandaries that arise when we put our ethics front and center with regards to the treatment of animals. Naturally a boy of 16 is going to have a lot going on in his life, and making decisions about what kind of people he wants to associate with (as well as falling in love) and I hope that my readers can relate to Jeremy and through his problems come up with a blueprint for their own lives.
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What would you do if you had an ability which allows you to shape shift into any animal? Imagine you knew what any animal thought, how they experienced life and you could speak with them. In The Changer, the first book of this trilogy, Woodman, an old Choctaw Indian, showed ten year old Jeremy how to change into any animal. Jeremy felt like the world was going to be absolutely magical. However, it hasn't made life easy for Jeremy, who is now sixteen. In Jeremy and the Crow Nation, we find him grappling with ethical and moral dilemmas that are wearisome to Jeremy, now a young man who was taught compassion and to do no harm towards all animals. With his girlfriend, Kelly, he is motivated to take action because of the lack of ethical treatment of animals– from zoos and animal factory farming to live experimentation, which are horrific. Jeremy’s quandary is how to remain ethical and still protect animals from suffering. Jeremy has to learn how to use his gift within the confines of a society which denies animals even the most basic protections under the law. Jeremy’s choices are dangerous, but because he is the last Changer, they are choices he has to make.
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Overview


Jeremy and the Crow Nation picks up the main character from The Changer and asks what could be happening to a teenager who has Jeremy’s gift. I wanted to explore the moral quandaries that arise when we put our ethics front and center with regards to the treatment of animals. Naturally a boy of 16 is going to have a lot going on in his life, and making decisions about what kind of people he wants to associate with (as well as falling in love) and I hope that my readers can relate to Jeremy and through his problems come up with a blueprint for their own lives.

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Description


What would you do if you had an ability which allows you to shape shift into any animal? Imagine you knew what any animal thought, how they experienced life and you could speak with them. In The Changer, the first book of this trilogy, Woodman, an old Choctaw Indian, showed ten year old Jeremy how to change into any animal. Jeremy felt like the world was going to be absolutely magical. However, it hasn't made life easy for Jeremy, who is now sixteen. In Jeremy and the Crow Nation, we find him grappling with ethical and moral dilemmas that are wearisome to Jeremy, now a young man who was taught compassion and to do no harm towards all animals. With his girlfriend, Kelly, he is motivated to take action because of the lack of ethical treatment of animals– from zoos and animal factory farming to live experimentation, which are horrific. Jeremy’s quandary is how to remain ethical and still protect animals from suffering. Jeremy has to learn how to use his gift within the confines of a society which denies animals even the most basic protections under the law. Jeremy’s choices are dangerous, but because he is the last Changer, they are choices he has to make.

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Action & Adventure / General

Language:English

Series title:The Changer Trilogy

Series Number:2

Pages:172

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9780945522058


Overview


Jeremy and the Crow Nation picks up the main character from The Changer and asks what could be happening to a teenager who has Jeremy’s gift. I wanted to explore the moral quandaries that arise when we put our ethics front and center with regards to the treatment of animals. Naturally a boy of 16 is going to have a lot going on in his life, and making decisions about what kind of people he wants to associate with (as well as falling in love) and I hope that my readers can relate to Jeremy and through his problems come up with a blueprint for their own lives.

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Description


What would you do if you had an ability which allows you to shape shift into any animal? Imagine you knew what any animal thought, how they experienced life and you could speak with them. In The Changer, the first book of this trilogy, Woodman, an old Choctaw Indian, showed ten year old Jeremy how to change into any animal. Jeremy felt like the world was going to be absolutely magical. However, it hasn't made life easy for Jeremy, who is now sixteen. In Jeremy and the Crow Nation, we find him grappling with ethical and moral dilemmas that are wearisome to Jeremy, now a young man who was taught compassion and to do no harm towards all animals. With his girlfriend, Kelly, he is motivated to take action because of the lack of ethical treatment of animals– from zoos and animal factory farming to live experimentation, which are horrific. Jeremy’s quandary is how to remain ethical and still protect animals from suffering. Jeremy has to learn how to use his gift within the confines of a society which denies animals even the most basic protections under the law. Jeremy’s choices are dangerous, but because he is the last Changer, they are choices he has to make.

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About the author


As an author I write because I can’t draw. When I was a kid I’d see something I wanted to share – a gorgeous winter dawn or a fat, sleepy kitten – so I would try to draw it and it never looked even remotely like what I was looking at. Then I realized I could write and capture the world in words. Tatiana Strelkoff is a published author of eight books and lives in Rome, Italy with her husband and her two children, now fully grown. Tatiana does literary translations of novels and screenplays, including the script of Tornatore’s most recent film “The Best Offer”, and works for several United Nations agencies in Rome for their Language Services Departments. Author of The Changer, her first published book. In her own words "I wrote it because I wanted my readers to experience nature and animals intimately. I wanted to help them commune with the animals in their lives, get on some sort of wavelength that fosters closer relationships because when we approach our animal friends like our human friends we are the richer for it”.

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