I probably read this young adult series (possibly a trilogy?) in 2015-ish. I don't remember much of the plot, but there was a girl who could shapeshift. I remember one scene when she transformed into a hyena but when she transformed back she was naked (because clothes go away when you shapeshift) and the hyenas huddled around her and then I think her older male mentor threw her his cloak/cape/jacket. I also remember that said mentor was introduced in the first book when he was shifted into a raven/crow and then an older female mentor helped him because he was running from someone or injured. In the third book I'm pretty sure that the main character had to transform into a squirrel to steal papers from an office/camp because there was a war going on.
The book was hardback and about an inch thick, and had an intricate color illustration on the cover, but I don't exactly remember what it was of (I think a person-probably female- and nature/animal motifs). I'm fairly sure that the author was female, and this was definitely a YA and probably fantasy book, not necessarily 4th-6th grade level, even though that's when I read them.