What's the Time, Wilfred Wolf?
Written by Jessica Barrah
Illustrated by Steve Smallman
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It's party time soon but poor Wilfred can't tell the time and worries he's going to miss the party but with the help and support of his friends can he tell the time and get to the party on time? Why not join him and find out how to tell the time yourself.
This delightful picture book is part of the Storytime series. Beautifully illustrated, this series introduces young children to the pleasures of reading and sharing stories and comes complete with discussion points for parents and teachers are also included.
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What's the Time, Wilfred Wolf? by Jessica Barrah
Wilfred Wolf can't tell the time, big hands and little hands are too confusing! Wilfred Wolf can't tell the time, he just eats and sleeps when he feels like it! When Wilfred gets invited to a party, he's faced with a problem - how will he know when it's time to go?
About the Author
Interest Age: From 4
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6th October 2014
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