The Littlest Wolf
The littlest wolf is worried: "I don't roll as straight as Frankie!" "I don't run as fast as Ana!" "I don't pounce as high as Tyler!" he complains.
But his father is wise. He listens to his son's concerns. He shows him what he can do. And he helps the littlest wolf realize that all is as it should be.
Larry Dane Brimner's story is heartwarming and reassuring. Jose Aruego and Ariane Dewey's paintings capture, with tenderness and humor, one special relationship. Together they have created a timeless celebration of fatherhood.
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THE LITTLEST WOLFUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Like eating at a restaurant called "Mom's," there are those who avoid any children's title with the word "Littlest" in it. What a mistake that would be in this case. Brimner has written a wonderful ... Read full review