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Rachel Bright has quickly become my favourite child author. The Lion Inside, The Squirrel's That Squabbled and The Kaola That Could were all brilliant books and The Way Home For Wolf continues this hot streak. Each of Bright's stories tell a wonderful tale that has a great lesson for kids to learn without being heavy handed. We've read each story countless times and they still bring a smile to my face. Each are also incredibly well illustrated by Jim Field and bring each story to life with incredibly pleasing images. I genuinely cannot fault any of the books and would recommend each without hesitation. We liked them so much, we bought them in a second language!
My 4-year-old daughter started having nightmares about wolves so I decided to find a book to help her understand wolves better. I bought this book based on the reviews and it has become one of our favourites, I really enjoy reading it to my little one and we both get tears in our eyes. Daughter is significantly less scared of wolves and she loves to howl these days. The illustrations are lovely and there is a bit of rhyme - I plan on getting the other books from the same author.
I bought this for my daughter. The illustrations are stunning, and the story flows effortlessly. My daughter loves having this one read to her over and over again, and she also enjoys pointing at the pictures and talking about all the things she can see in them.
Another gorgeous story from this writer/illustrator duo. I have bought the first book -The Lion Inside- as a gift for practically every newborn I know, and then the other stories for my own little boy. Whilst The Squirrels Who Squabbled and The Koala Who Could are also lovely books, The Way Home For Wolf feels like a return to the original (and best) . I read this to my six year old at bedtime and he loves it.
I LOVE this book. If you like The Squirrels who Squabbled, the lion inside and the koala who could you will LOVE this. The language is beautiful (one of the few books that doesn’t patronise kids) and the illustrations are sublime!!
This book and story are great. I was so pleased that I stumbled on it. The story has a great meaning and is a positive reference for the importance of family and friends and not rushing to be independent. A must for any child's book collection.
We love Rachel Bright books in our house, the stories are always great and the illustrations are beautiful artwork. The Koala Who Could is still our favourite but this is a much loved addition to our bookcase