Rabbit borrows a book about wolves from the library. Simple enough. He can’t put the book down! But it’s not long before a sinister figure with bright eyes, sharp claws and shiny teeth starts to creep out of the pages. Rabbit likes his book about wolves… but Rabbit had better beware, because what do hungry wolves like? This sharp and witty tale, full of suspense and comedy, is a startling warning about how stories can come to life!
- Winner of the Macmillan Prize and Kate Greenaway Medal
- The classic that launched Emily Gravett to global fame
- A thrilling interactive story bursting with imagination
- This edition has a special mini book to cut out and keep
Supplied as a pack of six copies.
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