Charlotte and the Wolves by Anu Stohner
  

Charlotte and the Wolves

Written by Anu Stohner
Illustrated by Henrike Wilson

3+ readers   
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A delightfully witty story about a very unusual sheep. While most sheep are frightened of everything, Charlotte is surprisingly brave. When the flock hear the howling of the wolves they know someone must scare them off. Who will it be? Luckily, while the others cower, Charlotte plucks up courage to Have a Look. And there’s not much to be frightened of! Stylish and atmospheric illustrations capture the entertaining mood of this story.

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Charlotte and the Wolves by Anu Stohner

Charlotte isn't like other sheep. She is brave and adventurous and likes to explore where no sheep has explored before - unlike some sheep, who just prefer to brag about how mean and tough they are. Then one night, a terrifying howl echoes from the forest... the kind of howl that could only be made by a wolf. The boastful sheep run away and hide but Charlotte is made of sterner stuff. Who will save the day... and who will end up looking sheepish?

About the Author

Anu Stohner

Anu Stohner was born in Helsinki and is a freelance translator and author living in Munich.

Photo credit: copyright Carl Hanser Verlag.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Anu Stohner
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Author's Website

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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

1st March 2010

ISBN

9781408802588

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