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There was a sad part, it wasn’t my favorite part. Wolfy’s Uncle, you don’t want to know the word because…he was dead. There was a rabbit that never saw a wolf, and a wolf that never saw a rabbit, isn’t that hilarious? Then the young wolf met the rabbit, and they played and they taught each other stuff. Like the rabbit taught the wolf how to fish for food, and the wolf taught him how to run fast. They taught each other how to play big bad wolf, and Wolfy scared his friend Tom off, and he didn’t want to come out of his burrow for a long time. And then Tom put out a sign that said “NO WOLFY’S ALLOWED.” Wolfy scared Tom off, and he did not like that. Wolfy said he was sorry he scared him off. They decided to have activities again. My favorite part when they went fishing again. It teaches you to forgive people. If somebody does something bad to you and they say sorry, you always want to forgive them. I think it was a nice book except when the uncle dies. I think girls and boys and people who need to be taught how to forgive and not to hunt things will like to read this book. I like the pictures, but the pages that had the dark pages were difficult to read because the background was so dark. But the words on the yellow pages were easy to read. I would give it four stars.

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Author Gregoire Solotareff • Gregoire Solotareff, Illustrator
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 36 pages
Publisher Gecko Press
Publish Date 2018-Jan-01
ISBN 9781776571567
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Issue October 2018
Category Children's


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