- Tapa dura: 32 páginas
- Edad recomendada: 5 - 6 años
- Editor: Simon & Schuster Books You; Edición: Parental Adviso (1 de agosto de 2006)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1416914919
- ISBN-13: 978-1416914914
- Valoración media de los clientes: 1 opinión de cliente
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº206.191 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
Wolves (Inglés) Tapa dura – 1 ago 2006
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What do wolves really like to eat? It isn't little girls in red hoods.
Rabbits shouldn't believe what they read in fairy tales, but this book has the facts.
(This book follows the National Carroticulum.)
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Emily Gravett is the author and illustrator of Matilda's Cat, Again!, Wolf Won't Bite!, Blue Chameleon, The Odd Egg, The Rabbit Problem, Dogs, Spells, Little Mouse's Big Book of Fears (winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal), Little Mouse's Big Book of Beasts, Monkey and Me, Meerkat Mail, Tidy, and Old Hat. Her first book, Wolves, was the winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal and the Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Award for Illustration. Her second book, Orange Pear Apple Bear, was a Quills Award finalist, on the shortlist for the Kate Greenaway Medal, was a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year, and a Kirkus Reviews Best Book of the Year. Emily lives in Brighton, England, with her partner, their daughter, and the family dog. Visit her at EmilyGravett.com.
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Oh yes, my sister happens to be 28 years old so this book was age-appropriate for her, while I chose NOT to read it to my 2 year old, who doesn't quite understand all about the great circle of life yet.
Tell that to our Bunny. You know how they are--they like to be scared! What's the scariest? Wolves. Bunny checks out a book simply called "Wolves." Wow, they look so real on the pages! Bunny, look behind you--a wolf got out and is in his Granny clothes. Bunny, look out, he's part of those trees just ahead. Bunny, you're walking on his feet. Please look up.
Until it is too late. The jagged tears on the book cover, the chewed ends show us the truth. The torn-out piece of paper with one word: Rabbits. We tried to warn the Bunny. But here's a note from the author: No rabbits were harmed in the creation of this book. And for sensitive children, here is an alternative ending: Torn out pieces from the book re-fit, cubist style, to recreate the new ending. Bunny and Wolf having a jam sandwich. Only a comatose child couldn't figure out that this is really just a fake ending. Besides, look at all the stacked up over-due notices lying at Bunny's door--unread.
When I finished reading this to my great-niece, Carolina, she gasped audibly, jerked her head toward me, scrunched up her face the way she does, and said, "Let's read another book." So much for alternate endings for sensitive children.
"Do you know what happened to the Bunny?"
"Yes, he got ate!"
"Does that bother you, Carolina?"
"No, Aunt Judy. It's a book. Silly!"
She's four. I'm way older. It bothered me.
Note: Actually, I love this wildly creative book!