Big Wolf and Little Wolf, Such a Beautiful Orange!

Big Wolf and Little Wolf Such a Beautiful Orange This is the third and last book in the Big Wolf series Once again Olivier Tallec s illustrations which are bold in perspective and full of feeling deepen the story Departing from the previous two bo

  • Title: Big Wolf and Little Wolf, Such a Beautiful Orange!
  • Author: Nadine Brun-Cosme Olivier Tallec Claudia Bedrick
  • ISBN: 9781592701063
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This is the third and last book in the Big Wolf series Once again Olivier Tallec s illustrations, which are bold in perspective and full of feeling, deepen the story Departing from the previous two books, this story takes place in a city, albeit one with a park and a tree on a hill.Big Wolf and Little Wolf have gone on an adventure Little Wolf sees an orange and goes afThis is the third and last book in the Big Wolf series Once again Olivier Tallec s illustrations, which are bold in perspective and full of feeling, deepen the story Departing from the previous two books, this story takes place in a city, albeit one with a park and a tree on a hill.Big Wolf and Little Wolf have gone on an adventure Little Wolf sees an orange and goes after it, but he doesn t return Big Wolf plunges into the urban jungle in search of Little Wolf He finds the orange, but not his friend Fear and loneliness overtake him, but he perseveres Finally, he comes into a clearing of light, where he finds Little Wolf near where he lost him Big Wolf has gone full circle and, as these things go, everything has changed Big Wolf has undertaken an interior journey, gone through the metaphorical forest, and come out fuller and richer and himself This is a deep story about true friendship and how it helps to make us who we are.Nadine Brun Cosme is the author of over twenty juvenile novels and picture books She lives in France Her book Big Wolf and Little Wolf is a 2010 Batchelder Honor book.Olivier Tallec was born in Brittany, France, in 1970 After graduating from the Ecole Sup rieure d Art Graphic in Paris, he worked in advertising as a graphic designer, after which he devoted himself to illustration Since then he has illustrated than sixty books, seven of which have been published by Enchanted Lion Books.

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    • I really liked Big Wolf and Little Wolf and liked Big Wolf and Little Wolf: The Little Leaf that Wouldn't Fall, but this one didn’t do it for me at all. Only 1 ½ stars, not even fully an “okay” for me; I didn’t like it or “get” it all that much.If there’s some deep philosophical message about friendship, it didn’t resonate with me; if it’s a simple story for children, it’s way too wordy. Most of the pictures, though they do match the moods of the story, were ones I wasn’t [...]


    • This is the third book in the Big Wolf and Little Wolf series by Nadine Brun-Cosme and Oliver Tallec. Originally written in French (Grand Loup et Petit Loup,) the stories are sweet and a bit strange. I think that this book, especially, loses something in the translation, but we still enjoyed reading all of the books in this series. The simple narratives and bold, but rough illustrations add charm to the tale. Each story tells of longing and a melancholy kind of affection between the two wolves. [...]


    • I am a fan of Nadine Brun-Cosme's Big Wolf and Little Wolf books. Maybe I should be a fan of Claudia Bedrick, the translator of these French titles, because it's the language I love. They beg to be read in a calm, even tone, like a quiet bedtime story. And I just love them. This one is my least favorite of the three, because I want to know why Little Wolf never comes back. I'm guessing he got lost and just decided to take up residence on a new hill, but I'd like a little explanation here. Appare [...]


    • At one point Big Wolf thrusts the orange away from himself, but in the illustrations he is still holding it and has it in his hands on the next page and the text says he is still holding it, just a strange narrative altogether that I do not think will appeal to small children.


    • This was a tender story of a grown-up's concern for a little one. It had intriguing illustrations. It was also a great book to discuss anxiety. The little wolf seemingly has no concern and finds a grand adventure. The poor big wolf gets to a great place but with much anxiety along the way.


    • This book is an adventure for the two wolves in the story. There are many emotions that occur through out the story and has a happy ending. I really enjoyed this book, and thought it taught a lot on what should be important in life.Text to World – I would relate this book to the climate change, global warming that is going on in our world today. Often it is discussed that because of the global warming animals cannot stay in their natural habitat; one example is the Polar Bears drowning. In "Bi [...]


    • I do not believe all stories need to have a life lesson in them; some books should just be for fun. However I am wondering what the author thought readers should take away from this story. Did he want the reader to think it is o.k. for small children to get up, walk away from their parent or guardian and not tell them where they are going? Or when they may return? How about just moving to a new place all together and not informing the adult where they are now living? That simply having the guard [...]


    • In this third title in the Big Wolf & Little Wolf series, Big Wolf and Little Wolf wake one morning to find a gorgeous orange. When they begin to play with it, Big Wolf throws it toward Little Wolf, who misses catching it. Separately, the two go down the hill in search of the fruit. While Big Wolf searches desperately for the orange and for Little Wolf, who never returns, he realizes just how much he loves Little Wolf. It reminded me of some old adages like "There's no place like home" and " [...]


    • Audience: I think the audience for this book would be k-4th grade. The book features friendship and adventure which would appeal to a student who likes to be on the edge of their seat as he tries to find his friend.Appeal: This book was originally made in France, so children might find that interesting. Also the cover is colorful and invites a person in. The title insinuates a mystery having to do with the orange and the book deals with friendship and realizing things about yourself.Batchelder A [...]


    • Translated from the French; Brun-Cosme has written 20 novels & picture books for children. Illustrator also French -- illustrated over 50 children's books. Definitely has a different sensibility. Artwork is notable, intriguing -- wolves are a bit whimsical. When Little Wolf disappears after setting off to look for the perfect orange, Big Wolf is distraught and goes to look for him. He realizes how much he loves Little Wolf. Eventually, after a night searching the jungle of the city, Big Wolf [...]


    • Big Wolf and Little Wolf each want the beautiful orange and must learn to overcome their selfishness in order to reconcile their relationship. Of course, it takes them on an adventure to find one another again. Their friendship is always poignant, though the text is understated. The illustrations are colorful and big.


    • Although the illustrations were still great and Big and Little Wolf were just as loveable as in previous books, I just didn't like this one as much. I didn't really understand why little Wolf left the orange and Big Wolf behind or how Big Wolf happened upon Little Wolf in his new locale. Yes, I am over thinking again but that is what I do.


    • Maybe I'm being harsh, but this story doesn't seem to have a point. And there's a place in the book where the illustration contradicts the text, which was confusing to both my seven-year-old daughter and me. The characters' motives are never clear and the storyline stumbles along awkwardly until it just ends. Not one I'd like to read again. Just alright for me.


    • Love the illustrations! This story was not as good as the first one we read. It didn't feel as cohesive. The idea was there, underlying the story, but it didn't quite make it. Close though. The other one was just magnificent, a little disappointed this one was not as great


    • I picked this up, not realizing it was part of a series. Hopefully the others will give this one more context. I wasn't really sure why little wolf got so incredibly lost or what the significance was of his eyes. I loved the illustrations, however.


    • I wonder if something was lost in translation in this award-winning French-language book. The illustrations are sweet, and I particularly liked Big Wolf's body language. But I don't see myself returning to it any time soon, nor do I see myself recommending it to anyone



    • I loved the first two Big Wolf And Little Wolf books, but this one was different somehow and didn't work as well for me.


    • The illustrations are beautiful, but the story is definitely lacking. I'm guessing it just didn't translate very well.



    • Another offbeat story of friendship between a big wolf and a little wolf. In this story they lose an orange and must go look for it in unknown territory!


    • Great illustrations and font. I also enjoyed another story with Big Wolf and Little Wolf. I really really liked Little Wolf's swim trunks. Super cute!


    • Didn't enjoy nearly as much as the first. Story was all over the place, even in a short picture book. Would still do well if the kids liked the characters enough.


    • I thought this book was random and strange (not in a good way), and I couldn't grasp the greater message of the story. I wonder what kids will make of it.


    • Reminds me if the Pull of Ocean May be the French thing taking a long journey Symbolic messages given to grown ups.





    • I love the underlining message.but kids will get bored for storytimee constant search and scolding of little wolfI feel I missed the mark


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