Sunny stylized digital images and giggle-inducing grins, grimaces and gestures make a disgruntled pet-owner’s gradual shift in perspective an entertaining example of rejection, reflection and imagination.
Full of snappy wit and hilariously scrawled illustrations, these clever and sweetly cheeky adventures crack us up not only as we read them but again and again as we toss about their hilarious expressions in our daily life.
Other Little Wolf books which we have read and often rave about:
- Badness for Beginners
- Little Wolf’s Diary of Daring Deeds (Little Wolf)
- Little Wolf’s Handy Book of Poems (Little Wolf)
- Little Wolf’s Haunted Hall for Small Horrors (Little Wolf)
P.S. Little Wolf left us a comment about our conversation with Ian Whybrow interview here! Arooooo!
Ralph is rotten and Sarah loves him anyway. I have to admit these books do play with my mind a bit, but our girls think they’re just the cat’s meow. This is my favourite of the bunch.