Beautifully offbeat, gorgeously illustrated and with an uplifting message about friendship, diversity, understanding and loyalty

Pam Norfolk, Lancashire Post (UK)

Wolfy

$26.08

Once upon a time there was a rabbit who had never seen a wolf …

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  • Description

    Coming October 2017

    #drawing #indian #ink and #watercolor #sketch #friendship #kidlit #lecoledesloisirs #geckopress

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    Once upon a time there was a rabbit who had never seen a wolf, and a young wolf who had never seen a rabbit.

    The pair meet and become firm friends. Rabbit teaches the wolf to play marbles, read, count and fish. Wolf teaches Rabbit to run very, very fast.

    But eventually their friendship is tested by the classic game Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf.
    Can the little rabbit and the young wolf remain best friends in all the world?

    The popular Loulou has sparked a series about this wolf and rabbit friendship, including Loulou: Stronger than the Wolf and Loulou at Wolf School.


  • Book Details

    Country of Origin France
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  • Reviews

    1. Pam Norfolk, Lancashire Post (UK) (verified owner)

      Beautifully offbeat, gorgeously illustrated and with an uplifting message about friendship, diversity, understanding and loyalty, this is a warm and wise book which will delight both youngsters and their parents.

    2. Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (UK), Staff Picks of the Year 2017 (verified owner)

      I am so happy to see the classic Loulou, the creation of one of the most popular French picture book makers, available in English at last.

    3. Baby Book Worms (UK) (verified owner)

      I love the vibrantly coloured and expressive illustrations and best of all the feelings of love, compassion and empathy that flow throughout the story. I highly, highly recommend this book and understand completely why so many people want it included in their family (and school) collection.

    4. Marion Dreadon, The Reader (NZ) (verified owner)

      This book hooks you in from the cover onwards, and uses vibrant, colourful illustrations to great effect, complementing the text and engaging the reader in the story. The story is well paced with a great dollop of humour that will make both adult and child reader alike laugh


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