What happens when a
storybook character encounters the illustrator who drew him—and talks back? In
this imaginative series, four animals engage with the illustrator’s hand in
amusing—and sometimes infuriating!—ways. These interactive stories, featuring
bold graphics that will appeal to artists and art teachers, are excellent
read-aloud books for young children.
Wally the Wolf is on the prowl for food when he stumbles upon his book’s illustrator, who is sharpening a pencil. When Wally discovers he can’t eat the drawing implements, he grows increasingly cross with the artist, who tries to please him with a number of edible proposals. His final offering—a delectable treat that pleases the wolf—may remind readers of another fairy tale…
Ages between 3 – 7 years old