Wolfish Stew by Suzi Moore
  

Wolfish Stew

Written by Suzi Moore
Illustrated by Erica Salcedo

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Yikes but Wolfish Stew has a twist in the tale! Little Grey the rabbit has to be constantly on his guard as he skips through the woods, and must always keep watch for the bushy tail, not to mention the knees, snout and feet, that belong to Blue, a sneaky and hungry wolf. When Grey is distracted – ‘Oooo Berries!’ – we fear the worst, but behind his sweet fluffy exterior Grey is just as ruthless as Blue, and the wolfish stew served up on the last page has an unexpected ingredient. The sparky text is matched by the illustrations which are full of witty details and this funny, original story will have readers squealing with surprise and delight. ~ Andrea Reece

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Synopsis

Wolfish Stew by Suzi Moore

There once was a rabbit, his name was Grey he went to the woods to pick berries one day ...

Grey, the hero of our story, has heard stories about Blue; a stinky mean old wolf who wants to eat little Grey in his Wolfish Stew. So, to keep from being caught Grey sticks to the path, he stays on the trail, and he always ALWAYS looks out for the big bushy tail...But what's that?! Wolfish knees...a Wolfish snout...? Oh, please, Grey! Please watch out!

About the Author

SUZI MOORE was brought up in Manchester but now lives in Somerset with her husband. She is well-tuned in to what children like to read, having worked as both a nanny and a teaching assistant. In her spare time, she is partial to a few cakes and biscuits.

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Format

Hardback

Author

Suzi Moore
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

19th May 2016

ISBN

9781408844946

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