Big Bad Wolves at School

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Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, Jun 26, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
16 Reviews
Rufus doesn't like school at first. He loves being a wolf and doing wolf stuff -- like running through the woods or howling at the moon. But Rufus, like all wolves, must go to school to learn real wolf work, like wearing clever disguises and speaking sheep.

While Rufus learns, he also teaches: Sometimes ou have to cut loose and learn to be yourself!

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Review: Big Bad Wolves at School

User Review  - babyhippoface - Goodreads

Rufus doesn't fit in at home or at Big Bad Wolf school, either. He'd rather admire butterflies and blow dandelions than skulk and practice disguises. But when danger arrives at the academy, his quick ... Read full review

Review: Big Bad Wolves at School

User Review  - Mandy - Goodreads

(3.5 stars) Rufus' parents worried about him because he was more interested in playing and relaxing versus being a big, bad wolf. So they sent him to the Big Bad Wolf Academy where he could learn to ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Stephen Krensky is the author of more than a hundred books fStephen Krensky is the author of more than a hundred books for children, including "How Santa Got His Job" (an ALA Notabor children, including "How Santa Got His Job" (an ALA Notable Book) and "Big Bad Wolves at School". He and his wife, Jole Book) and "Big Bad Wolves at School". He and his wife, Joan, live in Lexington, Massachusetts. You can visit him on tan, live in Lexington, Massachusetts. You can visit him on the Internet at www.stephenkrensky.com. he Internet at www.stephenkrensky.com.

Brad Sneed is the popular illustrator of many picture books for children, including Deputy Harvey and the Ant Cow Caper, which received a starred review; Grandpa's Song; I Heard Said the Bird; Thumbelina; and Aesop's Fables. He lives with his wife, Dena, and their daughter in Prairie Village, Kansas. You can visit him on the internet at www.BradSneed.com.