It's always good to use your best manners, especially among other cultures, such as the wild with its population of carnivores. The young wolf in our story is hungry, but - as his parents have taught him - he must honor his prey's last wish, before devouring them. He finds out quickly that not everyone keeps their word, as he does.
One morning, a young wolf eagerly sets out on his first hunting trip. But before he can devour his prey, he must honor their final wishes, just as his parents taught him to do. But the wolf's would-be meals aren't quite as honorable as he is Can common courtesy prove effective amidst the wild laws of nature?
Perfect for fans of Jon Klassen, this wryly humorous book demonstrates that good manners can bring unexpected results.
About the Author
Jean Leroy worked as a teacher for ten years before becoming a full-time writer in 2010. He has written dozens of children's books, several of which have been published in multiple languages. He lives in France. Visit his website at www.jeanleroy.wordpress.com. Matthieu Maudet studied graphic design in France and now devotes himself completely to illustrating children's books. He started collaborating with Jean Leroy in 2005; since then, they have published over a dozen picture books together. Visit his website at www.matthieumaudet.blogspot.com.