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The big, bad wolf is a staple of picture books and he cuts a great figure here, changing from confident, ruthless baddie to accident prone figure of fun before reinventing himself in a most surprising way. He’s writing a book How to Nab a Rabbit, which should be a guaranteed bestseller. The trouble is, rabbits are harder to nab than you’d think, while their woodland habitats are also home to bears, who see wolves as a tasty snack. The story is lots of fun, cinematic in both plot and illustrations, with moments of drama and tension as well as comedy. The twist at the end will leave everyone satisfied.
A laugh-out-loud book from bestselling author Claire Freedman, illustrated by the brilliant Monika Filipina.
For hungry wolves, this book is a winner, It shows you how to catch your dinner. Love bunny pie and rabbit stew? They'll soon become your dream come true. Full of foolproof tips, written by the Big Bad Wolf himself, this book is an essential guide for anyone looking to nab a rabbit. But make sure you keep an eye out for bears, springs with too much hop, and, of course, your own traps...
|Publication date:||9th August 2018|
|Publisher:||Simon & Schuster Childrens Books an imprint of Simon & Schuster Ltd|
|Suitable for:||Baby and Toddler, 3+ readers|
Claire Freedman lives on the Essex coast. She has worked for the BBC, Harrods and for a reprographic company and now writes full-time. She is the author of a number of books for children, including A Kiss Goodnight, Snuggle Up, Sleepy Ones and On This Special Night with Little Tiger Press. When not writing, Claire spends her time sailing, walking in the countryside and, when she can, travelling abroad. Claire discovered her love of writing for children after joining a local writing group – which she still enjoys attending regularly. She began by writing stories and picture strips for ...More About Claire Freedman