The artwork is interesting My daughter liked the imagery used for the wolves as they kept getting closer and closer.
The thing is, Gravett has taken a great deal of care to show a spread that squeamish parents will buy as a legitimate ending, and intelligent children will not.
Gravett uses a combination of hand drawn artwork and photography to create her illustrations, and the effect is perfect for the story.
Excellent for stimulating a conversation comparing fiction and non-fiction, as well as analyzing the decisions an author makes.Published 4 months ago by Blocke
A very unique and humorous story. A rabbit checks a book out of the library about wolves. He reads it as he is walking along, oblivious to the fact that he is walking all over a... Read morePublished on January 25, 2013 by Dena
With a bland white cover with an averagely drawn rabbit illustration in the bottom left corner, has resulted in kids just not picking it up off the shelf, at least at the libraries... Read morePublished on September 8, 2011 by James N Simpson
The illustrations make this book one of my boys' favorite books of the year so far. The different styles and the scrapbook/library book feel are original and clever. Read morePublished on February 20, 2011 by M. Heiss
This clever story stars a rabbit that goes to the West Bucks Public Burrowing Library and checks out a book about wolves. Read morePublished on January 18, 2010 by The Book Nosher
She can be so hard to figure out.
We've read a number of "darker" books. Generally, I find that the more comically they're illustrated and written, the more she'll enjoy... Read more
I initially wrote this as a COMMENT about another reviewer's post. Since that actually became a review in and of itself, I am just pasting it here (with some slight editing) as... Read morePublished on July 29, 2008 by Sydney