What's the Time, Mr Wolf? by Debi Gliori

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Throughout the book the author makes many references to several nursery rhymes and the book itself would probably be more suited to children of nursery school age...
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What's the time, Mr Wolf? It's story time with Debi Gliori!

Accompany Mr Wolf as he goes about his daily routine from breakfast to bedtime - and get to know the real Mr Wolf! Little ones will enjoy recognising familiar faces from a plethora of nursery rhymes, including Little Red Riding Hood (masquerading as the post girl), three cheeky little pigs (who make prank calls), a cat who's a dab hand at the fiddle, plus four and twenty blackbirds . . .

An enchantingly original story inspired by the well-known playground tag game, this is also perfect for practising telling the time. The stunning artwork reveals something new with every reading and the many fabulous details will keep you turning the pages again and again.


Brilliantly read by Amelia Fox. Please note that audio is not supported by all devices, please consult your user manual for confirmation.
 

About Debi Gliori

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Debi Gliori is the creator of many wonderful books for children, including the Mr Bear series (with Orchard Books), our own bestseller No Matter What, The Trouble With Dragons (which was nominated for the 2010 Kate Greenaway Medal) and Stormy Weather. Debi lives in Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland. She has twice been writer in residence in the Shetland Isles. Read Debi's blog at www.fiddleandpins.blogspot.com.
 
Published May 8, 2014 by Bloomsbury Childrens. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Repa and Amirah, 2 on Oct 04 2012

Throughout the book the author makes many references to several nursery rhymes and the book itself would probably be more suited to children of nursery school age...

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