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These marvie disguised wolves think they can fool an entire flock with their womanly wool-wear, but three savvy sheep expose their plan. It looks like another close shave for these baa-aad boys! Paperback40 pages. Published August 22nd by Katherine Tegen Books first published North Carolina Children’s Book Award To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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To ask other readers questions about Bad Boysplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Adults will chuckle at the sheep names – Betty Mutton, Trudie Ewe, and Meryl Sheep – while kids enjoy the funny story. There’s a cute ending, and no one ends up on a serving platter with a side of mint jelly.
Nov 30, Lauren added it. This book is margiw continuation of the three little pigs.
Everything was going fine until they were supposed to be shaved, and then everyone found out that they were imposters. Then they were margiee the run again. Pre-K-3rd grades All students would be entertained and would benefit from this book. This would be a good whole class read rather than small groups. A book similar to this one is The Three This book is a continuation of the three little pigs.
Feb 28, Ishta Mercurio rated it really liked it Shelves: When it comes to wordplay, this book had everything: It’s good for any picture book reader, but it’s perfect for the reader who will really “get” all the references. As for me, I loved it. Mar 01, Lynn rated it really liked it Shelves: I read this book to my son, and we enjoyed the story about two big bad wolves who try to pull the wool over a flock of sheep.
It was very interesting to nargie the wolves point palatin view for a change. The booys in the book are enjoyable, and of course the wolves get their usual ending.
Sep 30, Andrew obys it really liked it Shelves: The story of the 2 Big Bad Wolves one from Little Red and the other from 3 Little Pigs who escape being caught for their crimes and move onto new ventures, this time, to go after a flock of sheep.
Good show Me Winner. Good for grade 3, who has been exposed to fairytales, now look at it from the perspective of these 2 bad boys!
Aug 25, Arnela rated jargie really liked it Shelves: This was so very silly, and I loved it. It’s a simple story of two wolves that are hiding from the law, and decide to do it among a group of sheep. The fluidity of the characters design and the way they’re posed, as well as what happens to them reminds me a lot of loony toons and Tom and Jerry [and a little bit of Nu Bosy.
It just makes me feel very nostalgic inside and I need the other two books. Nov 09, Meg McGregor rated it it was ok Shelves: This is a very gad story; however, martie girls didn’t understand the idioms and the length was not conducive to a single reading! Older children and adults will appreciate the tongue in cheek humor much more! And I didn’t like the illustrations much at all. I have seen Palatini’s books have much better illustration! Aug 29, Hannah Holthaus rated it liked it Shelves: This was a cute book that had a couple spin-offs from The Three Little Pigs.
This book was about two wolves, Willy and Wally, who were looking for dinner. They found a flock of sheep and pretended to be sheep but the sheep knew that they were imposters. At the end of the book, the sheep had the wolves getting their “wool shaved” palatink then they were exposed.
Feb 17, Cosette rated it it was amazing. Great to listen to my reader giggle as she bys out what she was reading. Nov 10, Sandy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Looking down into the meadow, they find dinner a place to hide.
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Noys is flock of sheep just hanging out in the meadow eating margis. The two wolves grab some disguises and in a few minutes with the help of mascara, stockings, clothing, wool and some high heels, they have transformed themselves into Willimina an Run, run The two wolves grab some disguises and in a few minutes with the help of mascara, stockings, clothing, wool and some high heels, they have transformed themselves into Willimina and Wallanda sheep.
As they meander down into the meadow to mingle with the other sheeps, a few of the other sheep decide to come and talk to them. As Wally introduces themselves to them as the Peep Sheep the missing sheep from Bo Peep the ladies start to question Wallanda and Willimina. The two wolves can hardly control themselves being so close to a leg of lamb dinner. But can the duo handle all the pressure? I really enjoyed the ideas of mingling the two fairy tales and how the author tried to change the identity of the wolves by adding sheep attire.
There are a few little subtle fun language issues in the book with the sheep and the wolves. A real fun book to read again and again. Jul 19, Betty-Ann rated it really liked it Shelves: Willy and Wally Wolf are in trouble — again. The opening picture shows the two wolves running from the three little pigs and Little Red Goys Hood.
They need to lay low for awhile so they decide to hide in plain view, disguised as sheep with the local herd. And — eats were included. You know, the one Willy and Wally Wolf are in trouble — again.
You know, the ones who were lost and no one could find. The folk seem to be falling for this story except tough old Betty Mutton and she says: I knew the Peep Sheep.
I grazed with the Peep Sheep. I counted with the Peep Sheep. Palatini has written a clever, funny tale about those big, bad wolves found in so many fairy tales. And these two return in two other books, Bad Boys Get a Cookie they chase the gingerbread man and Bad Boys Get Henpecked they try to get a free chicken dinner while helping out a mother hen.
Feb 11, Maddie Gerber rated it liked it Shelves: I picked this book up because I wanted to see what the wolves did to get in trouble. This is a good book to teach that you might run into some people you don’t like or care for. The sheep got revenge on the wolves in the end, so that is something I wouldn’t want to teach them. I still think this would be a good book to have in my classroom library. Apr 02, Amber Adams rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was a great tale of two wolvesthe bad boys, the author shows us what happens to the wolves after their troubles from other known fairy tales.
The author Introduces us to the sheep who are able to outsmart this bad boys. In this boom the author uses repetition and figurative language to hook us in this story. The boys repeat “what to do? This book will be helpful to teach students This was a great tale of two wolvesthe bad boys, the author shows us what happens to the wolves after their troubles from other known fairy tales.
This book will be helpful to teach students how repetition can help students’ work become more meaningful. It also shows how figurative language can add a comic, twist and make writing fun!
Oct 05, Teri rated it really liked it Shelves: Oh yes, those boys were real bad. On the run again, wolves Willy and Wally have the perfect plan. Cleverly disguised in womanly wool-wear, they slip into the papatini flock — a hide-out “on the lam.
But when those bad boys — rather, Willimina and Wallanda — meet their match in the form of three savvy sheep, the truth is only a close shave away.