A weaselly weasel, a sprinkling of Italian, and a gentle message about self-esteem–all in one gorgeous, funny picture book!
Perhaps trusting a weasel was not such a good idea.
First he weaseled his way out of helping to sow and tend the corn, and now he’s stolen the entire harvest! What’s a little crow to do? She’s too piccola to defend herself! So she finds a wolf–a big, snarling one–to help her. But is her new fierce friend really necessary? This piccola crow may find out that her grande spirit is all she needs. . . .
Here is a playful romp through the Tuscan countryside–complete with a sprinkling of Italian and an important message about friendship and self-esteem.
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Published August 13, 2002
by Knopf Books for Young Readers.
Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.