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A vain wolf takes a stroll through the woods and intimidates everyone he meets into admitting he is the handsomest of all, but the wolf encounters a dragon who has a surprise in store for him.
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You’ve gotta admire a wolf with self-esteem, even if it is a touch on the high side. In this follow-up to I Am So Strong (2011), the “incorrigible wolf” heads off into the forest—wearing nothing but a teal tie and confidence—so that all may reaffirm his handsomeness. First he runs into Little Red Riding Hood, then the three little pigs, the seven dwarves, and even the fairest of them all, Snow White, and in turn, each strokes his ego. This is a thin, somewhat predictable story (of course wolf gets his comeuppance in the end), but what’s charming here is the lupine’s swagger. As he struts around the woods, he refers to Little Red Riding Hood as “my little strawberry” and to the three little pigs as “bacon bits.” The art, rendered in broad, thick strokes has a cartoon quality and plays up the humor in the text, originally published in French. Sure, there’s an overt lesson here, but it’s one well worth learning. Preschool-Grade 2. --Ann Kelley
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