The Trial of the Big 'Bad' Wolf

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AuthorHouse, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
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The Trial of the Big 'Bad' Wolf is an amusing story with a very different twist. After years of suffering and multiple surgeries, Mr. Wolf learns he is the laughing stock of the town. How to rectify this situation is upper most in his mind. Should he leave town and relocate else where or should he go to trial? After conferring with his family Mr. Wolf hires a lawyer and sues the pig brothers for damages. This story is told in present tense. The courtroom is crowded with various Rhyme-Ville characters and a court reporter has been hired to follow the story to its conclusion. The Trial of the Big 'Bad' Wolf is written to give the reader a different version of what was read so long ago. Since the Three Pigs have had their day, the Wolf feels compelled to tell his side of the story. By bringing charges against the pig brothers, Mr. Wolf feels he can now be exonerated. This delightful story awakens many of the old characters found in the older version of Tales and Rhymes and give them an opportunity to speak. Although this book is designed for children, it should also be a delight to the adults. The Trial of the Big 'Bad' Wolf is entertaining, it is filled with messages which parents may choose to explore. Elvera believe it is never to early to teach a child the difference between acceptable and non-acceptable behavior and it's biblical references will give the adult reader a way to transition from book to Bible.

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