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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It just makes me feel very nostalgic inside and I need the other two books. The pictures are entertaining and help enrich the story.

This book will be helpful to teach students how repetition can help students’ work become more meaningful. There are all kinds of plays on words that are very funny. The boys repeat “what to do? The story of how a trio of sheep outwit a pair of big bad wolves is told with all the clever charm of any good fairy tale and twice the humor. But as Willimina and Wallanda, they’re free and mmargie. This book is a continuation of the three little pigs.

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Bad Boys : Margie Palatini :

Harper CollinsAug 14, – Juvenile Fiction – 40 pages. The author has very craftly mixed those things within this story making it fun for us to read it outloud. Great to listen to my reader giggle as she figured out what she was reading.


Palatini has written a clever, funny tale about those big, bad wolves found in so many fairy tales. Funny retelling of the Aesop fable.

As they meander down into the meadow to mingle with the other sheeps, a few of the other sheep decide to come and talk to them. Margie Palatini is the author of many outrageously funny books for children, including Piggie Pie! This is the sort of book that can be appreciated by readers, young and old, that appreciate a new twist on an old tale. Account Options Sign in. Review quote “The wordplay flies fast and thick throughout this text and it’s dead-on for a young audience.

Jul 19, Betty-Ann rated it really liked it Shelves: Other books in the series.


On the run again, wolves Willy and Wally have the perfect plan. The bad boys are two wolves that do fairy tale wolflike deeds. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Check out the top books of the palatoni on our page Boyys Books of Jul 09, Julie Barrett rated it really liked it. The two bad wolves who, one or the other, have been involved with Red Riding Hood or the Three Little Pigs, to name a few, are now trying to convince some sheep that they are two female sheep who want to join them.

The illustrations are great and the story is very entertaining. The two wolves can hardly control themselves being so close to a leg of lamb dinner.


I really liked this book for many reasons. They have avoided the cops so far. They try to become Little Bo Beep who But not all schemes turn out as you plan. This book would be a great readaloud for young elementry children. In this boom the author uses repetition and figurative language to hook us in this story.

On the run again, wolves Willy and Wally have the perfect plan.

Oct 01, Kelly rated it it was ok. Bax was a cute book that had a couple spin-offs from The Three Little Pigs. We will do a puppet show of the story. It’s a simple story of two wolves that are hiding from the law, and decide to do it among a group of sheep.

Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. Cute puns and references to nursery rhymes and fairy tales throughout the book. North Carolina Children’s Book Award I counted with the Peep Sheep. Trivia About Bad Boys. This picture book is geared for younger children, K-2nd grade, but I’m not sure they will get a lot of the puns and humor.

Bad Boys Bad Boys. Sep 30, Andrew rated it really liked it Shelves: Pre-K-3rd grades All students would be entertained and would benefit from this book. No trivia or quizzes yet. Willy and Wally Wolf are in trouble — again.

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