Do you remember the story of how the Big Bad Wolfe tried to catch The Three Little Pigs by dropping down their chimney? But instead fell right into a pot of boiling water? Well, some folks say that was the end of the Big Bad Wolfe. But what really happened was this.
Big Bad hit that hot water and jumped so hard he smashed his head, fell on the floor, and set his tail on fire. Then he ran out of the pigs’ house with eyes bulging, bruised paws waiving in the air, and screaming in pain.
But unknown to many, the Big Bad Wolfe left behind a wife and son. This is their previously unknown story.
Wilbur Wolfe is a shy, clumsy, and peaceful little wolf cub who believes that if he were like his dad he would be noticed and liked. So Wilbur sets out to restore the reputation of the Big Bad Wolfe and create one for himself. And in the process, has the adventure of a lifetime!
"Wilbur, the Son of the Big Bad Wolfe" is an interesting and engaging bedtime story that deals with such universal issues as bullying, single parenting, peer acceptance, self-worth, self-esteem, and positive role modeling. And it's fun!