Annotations for Tell the Truth, B.B. Wolf


Baker & Taylor
A follow-up to Mind Your Manners, B.B. Wolf finds the Big Bad Wolf sharing his outrageous version of the Three Little Pigs story while apologetically professing his reformed nature, a claim that is received skeptically by his fairy-tale audience.

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Baker & Taylor
When Big Bad Wolf, who now lives at the Villain Villa Retirement Residence, is invited to tell his story at the library, he faces the truth about what he did to the three little pigs and decides to make amends.

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Baker & Taylor
When Big Bad Wolf, who now lives at the Villain Villa Senior Center, is invited to tell his story at the library, he faces the truth about what he did to the three little pigs and decides to make amends.

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Random House, Inc.
Big Bad Wolf's first visit to his local library (as related in Mind Your Manners, B.B. Wolf) was such a success that he returns to tell his version of "The Three Little Pigs." His outrageous spin on the tale draws skeptical remarks from his audience: "Isn't that wolf's nose getting longer?" asks Pinocchio. "It's a cooked-up, half-baked tale," snaps the Gingerbread Boy. And "Tell the truth, B.B. Wolf!" squeal the Three Little Pigs. Caught in his own lie, B.B. explains that he is a reformed villain: "Now I'm begging on my knees, Little Pigs, forgive me, please!" How B.B. turns his bad old deed into a good new one provides a happy ending to this fun-to-read fractured fairytale.


From the Hardcover edition.

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