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The Dreaming World of Younger Days

Advantages: Letter Form makes Easy Reading, Cheerful and Friendly Atmosphere.
Disadvantages: Addictive Nonsense-Language, Idea of Individual over Society , Young Readers Brainwashed into the Cub Scouts.

Little Wolf's "Book of Badness" was a childhood favourate of mine, and is the first book of the "Little Wolf" children's book series written by Ian Whybrow and illustrated by the sketch-hand of Tony Ross. The book is written as a whole "alphabet" of lett ...

dragonhelmuk 12.03.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Little Wolf's Book of Badness - Ian Whybrow

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a book for boys who don't like books and reading

Advantages: short sections, ideal for reluctant reader, good introduction to short novels.
Disadvantages: may not appeal in the same way to girls but this may be a stereotype.

I am a primary school teacher and regularly hunt for books that boys will both enjoy and be able to access as well as find challenging. this book appears to do that. many of the boys find reading 'boring' and unexciting. this book allows for short atte ...

cfranklyn 12.05.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Little Wolf's Book of Badness - Ian Whybrow

Would you read it again?

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Readability