The Big Bad Wolf is late AGAIN and is ruining stories as he rushes through the forest to Grandma’s house. When the Three Little Pigs get seriously grumpy AGAIN, Wolf tells them he’s had ENOUGH. There will be no more HUFFING and PUFFING from this Big Bad Wolf. The fairytale characters aren’t worried – they can totally manage without him!
But Big Bad Wolfing is harder than it looks . And what happens when they realise that they really need a Big Bad Wolf in this story?
My daughter Rosie absolutely loves curling up on my knee with a book, so when this book arrived it is safe to say she couldn’t wait to get stuck in right away.
When The Big Bad Wolf steps away from his role in the familiar tale after being moaned at once again by the characters he shares the pages with, we get to see how important he actually is within this book. My daughter found the story engaging and it kept her interest throughout. The story was written in a fun, immersive way that really allows the children to follow the story easily and recognise the links to the original story too.
Each page of this book is eye-catching and colourful, something that certainly kept my daughters attention and had her eagerly awaiting the illustrations that awaited her as the page turned.
This book was certainly a hit with my youngest child, and is a story we will be enjoying with one another time and time again. A delightful book that I would happily recommend to others.
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About the Author/Illustrator
Lou Carter studied medicine for three years, then took a PGCE in primary education. Her work as a schoolteacher sparked her love of children’s picture books. The internationally successful There Is No Dragon In This Story was her first picture book with Bloomsbury. Lou lives in Cambridge.
Deborah Allwright has become a star of the picture book world following the publication of the bestselling The Night Pirates. She has been shortlisted for the V&A Illustration Award and illustrated the hugely successful Don’t Read this Book! Deborah works in a studio in Islington, stopping only to attend designer clothes sales, and to do a spot of DJing at music festivals.
*Thank you to Kaleidoscopic Tours, Bloomsbury books, Lou Carter and Deborah Allwright for providing me with a gifted copy of this book in return for my honest review. All thoughts are entirely my own and not influenced in any way.*