An wonderfully anarchic picture book based on the hugely-successful ‘Little Wolf’ fiction series
Dad is teaching Little Wolf and Smellybreff how to be Big and Bad. ‘GURR!’ He scares the bridge menders away, kicks over their warning lights… and eats their sandwiches!
Smellybreff is a quick learner; he is full of Badness. But sometimes Little Wolf is good by mistake. ‘Why can’t you learn to misbehave?’ says Dad.
Will Little Wolf ever manage to be really naughty?
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Praise for the Little Wolf fiction series:
‘[Little Wolf novels] have acquired a cult status in our house and anyone who doesn’t know them has a treat in store’
‘Will cheer the heart of any child… delightful drawings of canine naughtness, scary and funny.‘ Scotland on Sunday
‘Hugely entertaining and emphasising the fun of shared reading, it guarantees parental enjoyment.’
Ian Whybrow was once a teacher of English, and Head of Sixth Form at the John Lyon School in Harrow. Now a full-time author, he specialises in writing humour and this is reflected in his Little Wolf titles as well as his picture books for Collins [Where’s Tim’s Ted?] and other publishers. His wife, Anne, is also a teacher and one of his daughters is Lucy Whybrow, the actress.
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Book Description HarperCollins Children's Books, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0007143613