The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

The Wolf in Sheep s Clothing A hungry wolf disguises himself as a sheep in order to steal and eat other members of the flock He soon becomes the largest and fattest sheep which the shepherd then catches and cooks for his own din

  • Title: The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
  • Author: Mary Berendes Nancy Harrison
  • ISBN: 9781602535275
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A hungry wolf disguises himself as a sheep in order to steal and eat other members of the flock He soon becomes the largest and fattest sheep, which the shepherd then catches and cooks for his own dinner

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    368 thoughts on “The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

    • This book has a good lesson, where in modern terms I would use the word "karma" is conveyed within this story. The wolf figures out a way to hide in plain sight in order to eat all of the sheep in the flock, but in the end, the wolf himself is chosen to be eaten by the shepherd. This was very easy for me to figure out, but I read this book to my 4 year old son and he could not figure why the wolf being chosen to be eaten at the end was funny or ironic. This is contradicting to me, because the wo [...]


    • The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing is about a wolf who spots a sheep who has died and decides to trick others by wearing the dead sheep's skin as a disguise. In the end the sheep does fool others and has them as a meal. This story is not very uplifting or does not have the usual happy ending that these fables usually acquire. Instead, it ends in a tragedy. This fable teaches kids that looks can be deceiving and to not trust others. This is not a good moral to teach kids even though it might be somewha [...]


    • I really love a good Aesop's fable in picture book form. This series is great! The pictures are great. They explain who Aesop was, and they clearly give the moral of the fable. And my kids like them.


    • A classic and also a good book.This book can teach children that things aren't what they seem,like just because someone offers you candy doesn't mean there just being nice,they may be trying to hurt you.


    • Great retelling of this story. The artwork is humorous, and the author gives kids the moral up front, so they can think about as they read the book, or listen to it read.Third grade reading level. The fact that it has few words could make it a good choice for reluctant readers.


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