A heartwarming fable for our time! A human mother tells her small son to watch out for wolves, and a wolf mother tells her cub to fear men — but their children don't listen. What will happen when the boy and the cub cross paths in the forest? This simple but profound story makes it easy to start conversations about prejudice, empathy and trust.
". . . an enchanting tale of friendship and harmony. . . Expressive and lyrical. . ." —Foreword Reviews, starred review
“The discovery that strangers can grow to trust each other is a message that's always worth repeating" —Publishers Weekly
“[JUST LIKE BROTHERS] deal(s) with complex themes of difference, inclusion, and acceptance in a simple way. . . soothing and earthy" —Kirkus Reviews
Ages 3 to 7 years
32 page hardcover
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