Wolf and the Seven Little Kids

Wolf and the Seven Little Kids A delightfully domestic retelling of the well known Grimm tale Ann Blades s warm and witty retelling of this classic children s story centers on the happy home life of seven goat kids When the Wolf tr

  • Title: Wolf and the Seven Little Kids
  • Author: Ann Blades
  • ISBN: 9780888993649
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A delightfully domestic retelling of the well known Grimm tale Ann Blades s warm and witty retelling of this classic children s story centers on the happy home life of seven goat kids When the Wolf tries to trick the kids, the youngest manages to outwit him and overcome the calamities that befall his hapless siblings Then Mother Goat returns home and calmly sets about reA delightfully domestic retelling of the well known Grimm tale Ann Blades s warm and witty retelling of this classic children s story centers on the happy home life of seven goat kids When the Wolf tries to trick the kids, the youngest manages to outwit him and overcome the calamities that befall his hapless siblings Then Mother Goat returns home and calmly sets about repairing the damage, saves her children, and dispatches the wolf in a no nonsense manner.

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    • Taylor Williams says:

      This is a friendlier version of the Grimm Fairy Tale. It is a story similar to the three little pigs however it is seven baby goats who are left all alone in their home and the wolf tries to trick the kids into letting him in, in order to eat them. This story teaches kids (not the goats) a lesson of "stranger danger" and to not trust people who you do not know.

    • Whole And says:

      A Grimm classic, illustrated by Ann Blade.Loved her work in "A Salmon for Simon" and equally enjoyed this version of "Wolf and the Seven Little Kids."

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