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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Chip asks Fitch, ""Are you a wolf? Are you the big, bad kind?"" Fitch does have long shaggy fur and tall, pointy ears. Should Chip be afraid? Or can a pig and a wolf become friends? A Ready To Read Level 3 book.
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Frank Ansley has illustrated four other books by Lisa Wheeler: Turk and Runt (starred in Booklist), Wool Gathering (starred in Publishers Weekly), and the first two books in the Fitch & Chip series, New Pig in Town and When Pigs Fly. Mr. Ansley and his wife, Pat, live in St. Helena, California.
Lisa Wheeler has written many books for children, including The Pet Project, illustrated by Zachariah OHora; Spinster Goose, illustrated by Sophie Blackall; and People Don’t Bite People, illustrated by Molly Idle. She lives with her family in Addison, Michigan. Visit her online at LisaWheelerBooks.com.
Gr. 2-3. Chip is the new pig in class, and he can't help but notice that Fitch, an only child who lives with his granny, is the only wolf. Is Fitch is a werewolf or a big bad wolf? After Chip happens to see Fitch sitting alone in the lunchroom, he decides Fitch is a lone wolf. Chip, who has two bigger brothers and three smaller sisters, bonds with Fitch over sharing and siblings. Pig and wolf are pleasantly anthropomorphized, and the other "kids" include cats and bunnies. The beginning of a beautiful friendship and the joys of discovering differences and similarities are chronicled sweetly and simply. GraceAnne DeCandido
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Book Description Fitzgerald Books, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M159054997X