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The Boy who Cried Wolf
The Boy who Cried Wolf

Read a review of The Boy Who Cried Wolf by Ferelith Hordon for IBBY Link.

 

The Boy Who Cried Wolf will be familiar to many young readers who will have met it as one of Aesop’s fables. But it is story that features in many different countries around the world, as it does here where it is from Iran; yes, stories really do join us all together. It is an old, old story here brought right up to date with Tazhibi’s vibrant modern illustrations that drive the story on form the opening end pages with their fluffy sheep, to the final cover as a very satisfied wolf slinks off.

 

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An extract from The Boy Who Cried Wolf

More to read about this book:

  • 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 Entairment. link
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