Wolf’s Magnificent Master Plan

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By Melanie Williamson

The story starts with Wolf feeling very sorry for himself because he has very bad toothache and he is down to his last rotten tooth. He is extremely fed up with soup which is the only thing he can eat and he dreams of devouring a more substantial piece of lamb…every page has humour in both the story and the simple but effective illustrations. There are different things to spot on each page, particularly as all the lambs have different characteristics to look out for. The language is not simplified so it introduces interesting words that will broaden children's vocabulary. There are lots of little signs and notices to read, thought bubbles showing what Wolf is thinking and a diagram with arrows and symbols showing the magnificent master plan, which all contribute to enjoyment of the book.

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Picture Book | Paper Back

Type

Fiction | Poetry/Rhyme

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