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|Title: The One and Only Wolfgang: From Pet Rescue to One Big Happy Family|
By: Steve Greig, Mary Rand Hess
Illustrated By: Nadja Sarell
Number of Pages: 32
|Publication Date: 2019|
Dimensions: 9.00 X 10.80 (inches)
Weight: 1 pound
Stock No: WW76823X
Do you consider your pets family? Do you enjoy reading about loveable animals? Instagram sensation Steve Greig and New York Times bestselling author Mary Rand Hess share Greigs real-life family of senior dogs, chickens, rabbits, and a pig named Bikini in his first childrens book that showcases the importance of family.
In The One and Only Wolfgang, readers will meet Greigs beloved animal family. Greig looked for the most "unadoptable" animals and gave them a homehis home! Strange and unique, The One and Only Wolfgang will remind readers that no matter how old or how odd, everyone has a place where they belong. Families will enjoy the unique, whimsical art from Nadja Sarell combined with comical photographs of the Wolfgang.
Perfect for children, ages 4-8
Kids will love reading about the loveable animals featured on Steve Greigs Instagram, @Wolfgang2242 - over 900k followers
Children will learn about love, friendship and family
Steve Greig is an accountant whose passion for animals has led to him becoming a sought-after advocate for pet adoption. He has appeared on television and been covered by many publications, including NBC Nightly News, ABC News, Fox 5, Animal Planet, Bravo, Rachel Ray, Today.com, Huffington Post, Country Living, PetInsider, Susies Senior Dogs, The Dodo, and more).
Mary Rand Hess is a poet, mixed-media artist, screenwriter, and New York Times bestselling author of Solo and Animal Ark: Celebrating Our Wild World in Poetry and Pictures, both coauthored with Kwame Alexander.
Nadja Sarell is an illustrator living in Helsinki, Finland. She has an MA in Dance from Theatre Academy Helsinki and went on to receive a degree in Childrens Illustration from North Wales School of Art and Design. Nadja loves to teach art, illustration, and dance for both children and adults. If Nadja was an animal, she would be a cat living in an old mansion with a large fireplace and a comfy sofa. Her favorite things are her family, music, dancing, black coffee and chocolate.