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Publisher's Summary

The second, wonderfully anarchic children's book, based on the hugely-successful Little Wolf fiction series.

The Wolf family have got no food, so Little Wolf and Smellybreff are sent to get a piggy for supper. But piggies prove extremely hard to catch and it is getting late.… What will the wolf cubs take home to eat?

©1980 Ian Whybrow (P)2013 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

Critic Reviews

Praise for the Little Wolf fiction series: "[Little Wolf novels] have acquired a cult status in our house and anyone who doesn’t know them has a treat in store." (Daily Mail)
"Will cheer the heart of any child…delightful drawings of canine naughtiness, scary and funny." (Scotland on Sunday)
"Hugely entertaining and emphasising the fun of shared reading, it guarantees parental enjoyment." (Bookseller)

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