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The much-loved traditional Aesop’s Fable, The Boy who Cried Wolf, has been beautifully captured by Kate Daubney's child-friendly, modern illustrations in this fantastic children’s picture book.

  • Great for storytime with toddlers, pre-schoolers and young schoolchildren
  • Aimed at 2 year olds to 6 year olds (toddler to early years/reception)
  • Full-page bright, colourful illustrations
  • Story adapted to be enjoyable for adults and children alike

You and your toddler will enjoy a quiet storytime together, to bond and develop their listening skills, attention span and vocabulary.

This delightful tale tells of George, a young shepherd, who after tending to his sheep night and day feels a little bored, so he plays a trick of the local villagers. He tells them that a wolf is trying to attack his flock and they run to help, as he laughs at their gullibility. George soon learns his lesson when a wolf actually attacks and no one comes to his call for help.

As with all fables, children can also learn important lessons and the difference between right and wrong. The fable for The Boy Who Cried Wolf focuses on not telling lies, which is a key idea for toddlers and children to grasp.

This children’s picture book is part of a larger series of Aesop’s Fables picture books by Miles Kelly



Aesop's Fables

  • Very Good: Possible minor wear and tear on cover, pages, and/or spine; may include name, stamp, or label on inside cover (no writing within text itself)

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