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These two feisty contemporary females also outwit him, and Red insults him, too: though he's ``feeling sort of pretty in the old lady's lace,'' she says, ``you look foolish and ugly in Granny's nightgown.'' Swearing off little girls, the wolf has better luck with junk food--at a bakery where a fo...| Read Full Review of Yo, Hungry Wolf!
Vozar is at his most ingenious in ``The Hungry Wolf,'' where short, snappy verses alternate with longer ones to create a rousing rap rhythm as the wolf tells of his futile attempt to get his paws on three little pigs for ``his pork-chop fix.'' But after he blows down the first two houses, his pro...| Read Full Review of Yo, Hungry Wolf!