A hungry wolf is moaning over his vegetable soup when a lost lamb comes knocking on the door. The wolf is delighted at the thought of a lamb stew, but after a series of mishaps, his affection for the sheep grows, as his sense of guilt too… Can a wolf, befriend a lamb?
A beautiful tale of an unconventional friendship with the unmistakable humour of the talented Steve Smallman.
Joelle Dreidemy’s colourful illustrations catch the emotions of the tale.
My eldest loved the surprising fall, whilst my youngest seemed to enjoy the humourous tone of the story. Their daddy liked the humorous narration of this unexpected friendship. As a mum, I like the tenderness and Smallman’s talented fun writing.
N.B: This book also exists in English, its original language, with the title “The Lamb that Came for Dinner”.
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