The moon is full and Wolfboy is HUNGRY! He walks through the woods calling for the rabbits. “Rabbits, rabbits! Where are you?” Wolfboy splashes through creeks, and he climbs up an old oak, calling for the rabbits at every turn. He is hungry and huffy and drooly. Wolfboy slogs through a soggy bog and leaps over a ravine, calling for the rabbits with each step. He is hungry and huffy and drooly and growly and fussy. And then, in the light of the full moon, he sees a pair of long ears and a cottony tail. Has he found the rabbits at last? What does this mean for the cute little fluffy rabbits?
Andy Harkness has created quite the picture book experience for little ones. They will love the tension the text builds and the humor throughout. The clever illustrations—a combination of painted backgrounds and clay art—will keep kiddies’ eyes on the pages, and they will love finding the hidden rabbits. This is the kind of book that will become a favorite and be asked for over and over, but it is so much fun, the adults reading the book won’t mind repeating it.
|Format||Hardcover Picture Book|
|Page Count||40 pages|
|Publisher||Bloomsbury Children's Books|
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