Because the wuffle thinks he’s funny looking, he hides from the animals in the forest when he goes out for a drink down at the river. Until one day when one of the animals discovers him…
Wave Walton has created a story that children can relate to when they feel like they’re different and have no friends. This book let’s us see how unique each one of us is and how that’s a good thing. Ian Crittenden’s illustrations help you feel just what the wuffle is feeling.
When she read this to the V Zoo gang, we wondered if the Wuffel would ever come visit us. We're real curious about him. She said she'd see what she could do.
Wave has had the book translated into Chinese and published an English / simplified Chinese version. Over at his website, he has his book either available or soon to be available in Russian and Hindi with more to come.
In the future, Wave plans on having coloring pages and more to go along with his book, “The Wuffle.” Maybe when he writes another story about the Wuffle they both will come for a visit.
So, where can you buy it?
Check it out today.
I'll see you over at zoo camp later today. Mori is spending a lot of time at camp this week. He's answering all kinds of questions. All the kids keep asking him to show them his blue tongue and want him to lick his ears. We have several cool arts and crafts for you to do too. Oh, and if you send our boss Joy a picture of yours, she'll post it here next Tuesday AND send you a special for you gift!
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