Bold, simple, cartoony, and comical

The Sunday Times


A twist on the classic cry wolf story in the best-selling series about Simon, the cheeky rabbit, who always gets what he wants.

Once there was a little rabbit who did only what he wanted.

When his mother asked him to tidy his room he cried, “Wooolf! The wolf is coming!” and, when she ran away, he did whatever he wanted.

One day he did a wee where he wanted, and the wolf came to get him. “Wooolf!” he cried, but his mother didn’t fall for that.

The wolf got him!

It was just Simon’s father in a wolf mask. Simon promised never to cry wolf again. But when his mother opened the cupboard in the morning, a wolf cried “Awwoooo!”

A funny new book with a twist ending in the worldwide bestselling series about Simon the cheeky rabbit.

Translated by Linda Burgess

  • Book Details

    Country of Origin France
    Reader Age 2-5 year
    Book Size

  • Reviews

    1. School Reading List

      A surefire hit!

    2. Buzz Words Books

      The cheekiness of this version [of the boy who cried wolf] keeps the reader engaged right to the end – with a final surprise that will make everyone giggle.

    3. Ako Journal

      A book for toddlers who are always trying to outsmart their parents, and vice versa.

    4. Swings & Roundabouts

      A fun book that will have tamariki engaged and begging for a second read along.

    5. Red Reading Hub

      A funny final twist and illustrations that leap off the page little rabbit style.

    6. The Sunday Times

      Bold, simple, cartoony, and comical

    7. Lancashire Evening Post

      A funny, charming story, with gentle warnings about crying wolf, that is guaranteed to strike a chord (and raise a smile or two!) with both children and parents alike.

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