The Good Little Wolf: A Bloomsbury Young Reader

The Good Little Wolf: A Bloomsbury Young Reader

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'Every child needs a Bloomsbury Young Reader. Fun, stretching, just the right length, full of adventurous vocabulary and punctuation.' (Julie-Ann McCulloch, Teacher)

Help get children reading with this charming alternative fairy tale.

Little Wolf doesn't want to be like the bad wolves in his storybooks. So off he trots into the woods where he tries to be good. But every time Little Wolf helps, everyone gets angry! Will Little Wolf ever be a hero? And will anyone ever write a story about a good little wolf?

This quirky adventure from author A.H. Benjamin is perfect for children who are learning to read by themselves and for Key Stage 1. It features engaging illustrations from Sarah Aspinall and a relatable hero young readers will find hard to resist.

Bloomsbury Young Readers are the perfect way to get children reading, with book-banded stories by brilliant authors like Julia Donaldson. They are packed with gorgeous colour illustrations and include inside cover notes to help adults reading with children, as well as ideas for activities related to the stories.

Book Band: Gold
Ideal for ages 5+
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Product details

  • Paperback | 48 pages
  • 145 x 212mm
  • Bloomsbury Education
  • United Kingdom
  • 147297073X
  • 9781472970732

About A.H. Benjamin

A.H. Benjamin is a well-established children's author and has written over 30 books which have been sold worldwide with more than 20 translations, including Chinese, Korean, Turkish and Arabic. Some of his work has also been adapted for radio, television and theatre. He was born in Algeria and now lives in Lincolnshire with his wife, Trisha. He has four grown-up children and four young grandchildren who have all been his inspiration for writing.

Sarah Aspinall is a British author/illustrator living in Los Angeles. Before moving across the pond, she was in charge of creating craft projects for children on shows such as Mister Maker, Fingertips and Blue Peter. Sarah grew up in the middle of the English countryside and studied illustration at the Rhode Island School of Design where she won an award for the most innovative artist for the department. Sarah has also lived in Boston, New York, London, Antigua (Guatemala) and Oaxaca (Mexico).
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