The Boy Who Cried Wolf

Written by Freya Littledale
Illustrated by James Marshall

Reviewed by Daisy A. (age 9)

This story is about a little boy, who wanted to trick the town, because he was bored. Every time he cried "wolf" everyone in town would come and save him, but one day there was a real wolf and he cried "wolf" but nobody came to save him and the wolf ate him.

The illustrations in this book were nice and very colorful. The lesson of this story is, "Don't lie, because when you finally decide to tell the truth, nobody would believe you when you really need help.

I recommend the book to all children, especially the troublemakers!

Daisy A. is a member in University Settlement's Summer Camp 3 (2000-2001)