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Little Bad Wolf

By Reynolds, Peter

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Title: Little Bad Wolf  
Author: Reynolds, Peter
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Children's Fiction, Drama and Literature
Collections: Authors Community, Children's Literature
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Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Peter Reynolds


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LITTLE BAD WOLF is a novel aimed for children who like adventures where the hero faces huge even unfair challenges but will win in the end with humour and determination. More than anything Little Bad Wolf wanted to see her father again. He was in prison for nothing other than being a wolf. In order to get him released she would just have to convince the Judge he was not dangerous. That would be easy. The hard part was that she would have to learn to speak in human language in order to convince the judge. However, Little Bad Wolf is not the sort of animal to let the fact that something is close to impossible get in her way. She learns English through listening to pop music and has almost got to grips with it when she faces a local farmer pointing a shot-gun at her. She gets through this and gets accepted into the village school. Shortly after this some parents start demanding she has to go. Each time Little Bad Wolf climbs a hill she discovers a mountain has been put in her way.

Little Bad Wolf's parents loved nothing more than dancing to the songs of Elvis Presley. They were unusual parents for wolves but had a very happy family until the day when everything went wrong. That day her mother was killed and her father was put in prison for nothing more than being a wolf. Little Bad Wolf now had a mission: to get her father released from prison. To convince the Judge he was not dangerous. That would be easy. The hard part was that she must start by learn to speak human language... but Little Bad Wolf was not the sort of creature to let impossibility stand in her way.

Memorable Quotes “The only effect of the two wolves was that afternoon Granny Hood had a dream Elvis Presley was trying to kiss her, and she was telling him that he should behave himself. Even that was not unusual, as Granny Hood had been having dreams about Elvis for the last fifty years. In most of these dreams he was trying to kiss her.”Narrator “The plan was simple, but putting it to work would not be.”Narrator “"Do you mind me asking you? Do you bite?"The two wolves talked to each other. The men did not understand what was going on but the smaller man thought the two wolves were laughing. "My aunt say-is you would not be tay-sty"”Little Bad Wolf “It’s time to end our interview. I am wondering could you give the viewers out there a good old fashioned wolf howl to say goodbye.”Little Bad Wolf said “no”.”Tom and Little Bad Wolf

Table of Contents
Part 1 – The True Story of the Big Bad Wolf Chapter 1 Dancing with Elvis 4 Chapter 2 The First Day of April 8 Chapter 3 Tomorrow Is A Long Time 15 Chapter 4 No Visitors for Big Bad Wolf 18 Chapter 5 The Court 23 Chapter 6 The Plan 34 Chapter 7 The Noise-Box 39 Chapter 8 Learning to Speak 42 Chapter 9 Trouble with a Capital T 46 Chapter 10 Caught 49 Chapter 11 Little Bad Wolf - TV Star 55 Part 2 School Days Chapter 1 The Wolf Must Go 64 Chapter 2 Children Should Be Seen And Not Heard 70 Chapter 3 Who’s Afraid Of The Little Bad Wolf? 75 Chapter 4 Overheard 81 Chapter 5 No Nudity Please 86 Chapter 6 Rock Fashion 90 Chapter 7 Another Notice 99 Chapter 8 Elocution Test 101 Chapter 9 Radio Problems 111 Chapter 10 I Have Been Watching You 115 Chapter 11 Correct Eating Habits 121 Chapter 12 The Debate 123 Part 3 Kidnapped Chapter 1 No School Today 127 Chapter 2 The Search 132 Chapter 3 Captured 139 Chapter 4 Escape 147 Chapter 5 The Return of the Big Bad Wolf 152


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