Tomorrow is Little Wolf's first day of school--but he doesn't know what will happen there. What new things will he have to learn? And will he be good enough to do it all? But by the time mama comes to take him home from class, a happy Little Wolf is sure about one thing: he can't wait to go back for his second day!
Mary Packard is the author of more than 200 picture books. She and her husband live in the picturesque village of Northport, NY.
Lisa McCue's beautifully detailed illustrations have appeared in more than 150 books, and the Society of Illustrators has frequently selected her art for their exhibitions. Sterling has published three of Lisa's Quiet Bunny stories, the first books that she has both written and illustrated. Lisa lives in Annapolis, MD, with her husband and two sons.
"When Little Wolf hears from his friends about what their older siblings have learned at school, he becomes afraid that he won't be good at climbing, fishing or building and doesn't want to go. But his mother gives him gentle reassurance that he doesn't have to be the best at everything--school is for learning new things. And that turns out to be true. While he has fun, it is not until after lunch and Bunny goes missing that Little Wolf and his tracking nose truly shine. . . McCue, now thoroughly well known for the furry likes of Cork and Fuzz, Quiet Bunny and Corduroy, brings readers a forest community of cute and cuddly characters, each brimming with personality. This series may remind readers of Paulette Bourgeois' Franklin. . . Sweet and comforting, as intended." --Kirkus Reviews
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