Rabbit and the Not-So-Big-Bad Wolf by Michael Escoffier

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Escoffier’s story demonstrates that things may be less frightening than they seem; however, edginess seeps in through Di Giacomo’s rough scribble-style lines on rustic, pulpy paper
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No wonder Rabbit is so scared! The Not-So-Big-Bad Wolf is on the prowl. Rabbit draws a terrifying picture of the Big Bad Wolf on the blackboard. The Wolf appears and tears after the frightened Rabbit, who tries to hide but to no avail. At the end, the wolf provides a delightful surprise.

 

About Michael Escoffier

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Michael Escoffier has written many books for children that are published all over the world. He lives in Lyons, France
 
Published January 7, 2013 by Holiday House. 1 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.
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on Feb 06 2013

Escoffier’s story demonstrates that things may be less frightening than they seem; however, edginess seeps in through Di Giacomo’s rough scribble-style lines on rustic, pulpy paper

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