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My 4 year old son and I read this together. The pictures were very colorful and engaging! The story helps teach a lesson on what we should do instead of whining. As a parent, this is incredibly helpful. My son particularly enjoyed the parts that he was able to interact with the story! If you have a young child that is experiencing the werewolf whines, this is a great book to read with them to help them find better ways of getting what they ask for!
An adorably illustrated story that will help kids learn how to ask for what they want without whining. The repetitive verse makes it easy for kids to apply the lesson in so many different situations. Teachers and parents will love this book that will not only make little ones giggle but allows them to read along and learn some important social skill lessons. And who doesn't love a werewolf!
My toddler loves the cute werewolves and the interactive rhyme—which can be applied even when we aren’t reading the book! The illustrations are adorable! This book is a must have for toddler parents and PK teachers!
This was a great book to introduce why whining isn’t such a good a habit and what the kids should do instead. My son enjoyed going through the pictures and reading along. I even asked him what he should do the next time he feels the same way as Ben or Raelynn and he answered to say the magic word - please and to ask kindly. I definitely recommend!
This book was a cute read for preschool students and could be a could way to open discussions about whining. The text is an easy to understand read. The pictures are inviting and colorful.
My concern with the book is the story didn't flow. It really felt forced. I think it was made to be a big "carpet time" (preschool teachers understand) get together book but it didn't have the heart that goes with that. It felt like it was missing something.
I do feel like this would be a good addition to a young classroom due to the topic. I think it would be a good reminder for students to think before whining.
This is such a sweet story! My son has ASD and we work on this daily. Now I say, “How do we get rid of our whiny werewolf?” And he smiles and turns his whine into better words. Great story for parents and teachers. The illustrations are adorable too!
I liked this book. My daughter said she didn’t like it, but it was because she identified with it. Haha. She did laugh and have fun at saying “Stop”. It’s pretty engaging. I also love that underlying needs and vulnerabilities were brought up to give the whining some context and compassion.
This was manipulative and insincere. Dedication is to pre-order teachers who are "the real heroes" for listening to whining. Forced sharing rather than turn-taking too. I can't believe this was written recently!