When a little girl starts to ponder her situation, having been sat down in her "time out chair" in a corner by her mother for being "wild", she imagines what she could do if she really was a wild creature like a lion with an enormous roar and flowing mane, or a fierce black bear with teeth flashing. She thinks of how those wild beasts behave and how different they are from herself. It's a truly charming book with illustrations look something like Maurice Sendak's "Where The Wild Things Are". I'm tempted to say the book is too cute for kids because I enjoyed it so much. But I'm sure the little ones in your house will get the message about what it means to be wild.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our May, 2008 issue.
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