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Wolfie and Fly by Cary Fagan

Wolfie and Fly

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Wolfie and Fly by Cary Fagan
Paperback $8.99
Jan 09, 2018 | ISBN 9781101919392
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SELECTION – CBC Books Most Anticipated Books of 2017
A New York Public Library Best Book for Kids pick

PRAISE FOR Wolfie and Fly:

“Fagan has lots of fun with the comedic contrast between Wolfie’s misanthropic tendencies and Fly’s enthusiasm . . . It’s a promising first outing for this memorable odd couple.” —Starred Review, Publishers Weekly

“This fun-filled early chapter book brims with personality as the curmudgeonly Renata opens herself up to friendship and new experiences. Lively illustrations capture the kids’ imaginative antics, while the relatable story is accessibly written. Young readers will enthusiastically embrace this entertaining odd couple.” —Starred Review, Booklist

“[A] classic story of imagination, friendship and adventure.” –City Parent Magazine

“Renata is so lovable in her own way, and Livingston is such a cute character . . . I am already looking forward to more Wolfie and Fly’s adventures.” —Reviews in Chalk

PRAISE FOR Jacob Two-Two on the High Seas:

“Fagan has produced a lively tale of pirates, transatlantic voyages, and the usual heedless parents . . .” —Quill & Quire

“. . . Fagan crafts a zany tale that kids (in the spirit of Jacob’s doublespeak) will want to read at least twice. Petricic[s] line art complements the story’s humor…” –Publishers Weekly

“. . . this book has high adventure and black-and-white line drawings interspersed throughout.” –School Library Journal

“Well supplied with comical sketches from Petričić, plus a supporting cast… the episode fits into the series nicely in both breathless pacing and Roald Dahl-style zaniness . . . it also fits nicely between the events of Jacob Two-Two Meets the Hooded Fang and Jacob Two-Two and the Dinosaur. Not too-too bad.” –Kirkus Reviews

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