Peter Nickl Józef Wilkoń
The Story of the Kind Wolf
September 06, 2018 Comments.. 562
The Story of the Kind Wolf Everyone has heard people say someone is as fierce as a wolf or as wise as an owl In The Story of the Kind Wolf children find that stereotypes are not always correct

  • Title: The Story of the Kind Wolf
  • Author: Peter Nickl Józef Wilkoń
  • ISBN: 9781558580589
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback
  • Everyone has heard people say someone is as fierce as a wolf or as wise as an owl In The Story of the Kind Wolf, children find that stereotypes are not always correct.

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    1. Hank Horse says:

      "(said the owl) "What's the good of snarling and showing your teeth? You ought to go out into the world and learn to behave better." The wolf thought about what the owl had said and felt sad. "He is right," he decided. "I ought to go away." So he left the forest and moved into a cave a long way to the south to start a new way of life."So begins one of my favorite childrens books. The story of the wolf's rehabilitation via right livelihood is delightful, and the illustrations by Jozef Wilkon are [...]

    2. Petra Be says:

      What a cool story about a wolf. Finally a book where a wolf is the good character. And the illustrations are beautiful.

    3. Katrine EngelhardtThomsen says:

      This is one of my most cherished books. I'll never outgrow it. It tells the story of a healing wolf that gives up being top predator of the forrest to follow its' true calling and help its' fellow animals. It stand as a fable of the importance of reserving judgement and seeing the individual, not the group - not all wolves are fierce, not all owls are wise and not all foxes should eat meat. Read it and enjoy the wonderful blend between Peter Nickl's story and Józef Wilkon's illustrations.

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