A rabbit family are searching for dandelions when the father rabbit cries “the wolf is coming.” They have good reason to be scared for when there is a wolf about, he’ll catch you no doubt – if you don’t look out!
A friendly hen gives the family of rabbits a hiding place in her coop but the wolf is still on their trail. Running from one hiding place to another the rabbits are soon joined by many other animals from the farmyard, but still the cry goes up “the wolf is coming!”. By now the band of animals has grown and it is with great difficulty that they all manage to squeeze into the donkey’s small shed. As the wolf approaches, the shed can hold them no longer and with a crash it bursts and all the animals explode out onto the ground. The wolf is frightened out of his wits and runs away as fast as he can never to be seen again.
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This will be read over and over again and will be a firm favourite in any school library. School Librarian
The illustrations are stunning… one of those books to be revisited again and again. Books for KeepsAbout the Author:
Ken Brown was born in Birmingham and studied illustration at Birmingham Art College. He moved to London to work in advertising as an art director at J.Walter Thompson. This was followed by a period working at the BBC as a graphic designer. From there he joined a production company specialising in computer graphics, animation and live action, producing commercials for the UK and Europe.Ken is married to Ruth Brown, the well-known children’s illustrator and they have two sons. They live in Bath.
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0006646573