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Kids Fiction 112
Teaches Values and Morals
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Little Wolf isn't very good at being bad. Instead, he's well behaved and kind. With no idea of what else to do, his mom and dad decide it's best to send him to Bad School to learn how to be a Bad Wolf like them. At this school, Little Wolf tries to participate in each class, but he does everything the good way, which leads him to getting kicked out. Scared to go home, Little Wolf runs into a hag and is given a huge, life-altering decision, so what will he do?

LITTLE GOOD WOLF teaches children the importance of being yourself. The illustrations are detailed and bold so they hold a child's attention. The author also engages children by throwing in some vertical illustrations so they have to turn the book sideways. I love how the author takes the classic portrayal of the Bad Wolf learning to be bad, yet he can't help but to be good. This switch-up is intriguing and makes for an entertaining children's novel.

Final Verdict: LITTLE GOOD WOLF is a humorous story about a wolf who doesn't know how to be bad despite how hard his parents try to change him. It's perfect for fans of animals or classic stories like Little Red Riding Hood while also teaching the importance of being true to yourself.
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