Little Good Wolf's father is the Big Bad Wolf. Little Good Wolf finds it hard to make friends because of his nasty father so he sends his father off in search of a new job ... when he finds out that being big and bad is part of his father's job - it pays well.
This book gave me a giggle, it’s fun, it’s cute and it’s a little quirky.
This short chapter book is aimed towards the beginner or early reader - though my 11 year old boy read it and thought it was fun too.
Do you read aloud? If you have children, do you read aloud to them?
For years I hated reading aloud, it’s something I was never very good at and just something I avoided. Until, my boy was born nearly 12 years ago. I started to read to him. When he was tiny it was anything, the newspaper, the novel I was reading… just whatever… if he was in the room and I was reading… I’d pick paragraphs or pages to read aloud while he played.
None of my children have sat for very long to listen to books until they were around 3 or 4. I began to read Little Good Wolf (a short chapter book –with pictures on most pages) to my 4 year old... but she wasn’t in the mood to sit and listen ... so I read it to myself. It’s such a fun book I found myself giggling all the way through.
I read to my older children most days – their attention span is still quite short but they all enjoy our story time. Perhaps its hereditary – my attention span is quite short too.
How often do you read aloud?
What is your attention span like when people read to you?
This is not a sponsored review