The Big Bad Wolf and Me by Delphine Perret

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What would happen if a little boy met the Big, Bad Wolf and brought him home?

 

Who’s afraid of the big, bad wolf? Not the young hero of this thoroughly unique story. And, it seems, no one else is, either: instead of being the magnificent villain of “The Three Little Pigs” or “Little Red Riding Hood,” this wolf’s a wimp. So the boy decides to take the pitiful creature home and teach him to be scary once again. Can he do it? Children will absolutely love seeing the tables turned, with the small boy becoming the wise teacher and the wolf the sheepish student.

The short chapters and breezy, funny text are just right for new readers, and Delphine Perret’s line art is simply irresistible.

 

 

About Delphine Perret

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Delphine Perret is the author-illustrator of numerous children's books published in France. The Big Bad Wolf and Me (Sterling) was the first to be published in the United States, and now, seven years later, she decided she was ready to revisit Bernard and his best friend, Louis. Delphine lives in Lyon, France, with her family.
 
Published August 28, 2006 by Sterling. 64 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Humor & Entertainment.

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A lupine black sheep if ever there was one, Rufus blows off all of his classwork at Big Bad Wolf Academy to lounge in the meadows, howl at the moon and generally fool around.

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A little boy coaches a frightened wolf back to big-badness.

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