Buy The Boy Who Cried Wolf, hardback, 24pp, £11.99 (discounts may apply)
- Illustrated by Mahni Tazhibi
This classic fable playfully explores the temptation in us all to exaggerate – and the risks attached! The Boy Who Cried Wolf is familiar as one of Aesop’s Fables, but its origins go much further back than that, and the versions of it are found in cultures throughout the world. In all the message is the same: nobody believes a liar.
This book is available at all good independent bookshops and on-line bookstores in the UK and around the world.
More to read about this book:
- Stories join us together. A review by IBBYLINK. Link
- A review by Natari. Link
- A review by Books for Keeps. Link
- A life lesson through a story. A blog post. Link
- Let’s look at the details. A review. Link
- A creation of cultural bridge. An interview with the translator of the book. Link
- A review by Over 40 and a mum to one’s blog. Link
- A review by That’s Books and Entertainment. link
- Tiny Owl flies to China. Link
- World Book Day reinforces the idea of stories as Cultural bridges. Link