“When A Wolf Is Hungry” by: Christine Naumann-Villemin & Kris Di Giacomo

Quite an ordeal Mr. Bigsnout goes through!
This was a quick, light-hearted read, and a tale that goes to show that sometimes bad intentions wind up becoming good ones!

I especially loved the, er, delicate way that the skunk exclaimed his excitement. That made me smile. Gotta love fart jokes.

The illustrations are minimal and lovely.

The story ending cross offs were also humorous.

I would recommend this one as a daytime read for children though, because sometimes tiny humans get scared of wolves even ones that end up being friendly.

 

Quick Facts:
Page Count: 34
Format: Hardcover
Genre: Children’s Fiction
Expected Publication Date: August 7, 2017
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans (Eerdmans Books for Young Readers)

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