The Boy Who Cried Wolf (Bank Street Level 1*)

The Boy Who Cried Wolf Bank Street Level A thoughtless young shepherd tricks the townsfolk into thinking wolves are attacking his flock He thinks his prank is funny but what happens if a real wolf comes Reading becomes a game with this deli

  • Title: The Boy Who Cried Wolf (Bank Street Level 1*)
  • Author: Ellen Schecter
  • ISBN: 9780553372328
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Paperback
  • A thoughtless young shepherd tricks the townsfolk into thinking wolves are attacking his flock He thinks his prank is funny, but what happens if a real wolf comes Reading becomes a game with this delightful retelling of the classic fable, perfect for children getting ready to read.

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    About " Ellen Schecter "

  • Ellen Schecter

    ELLEN SCHECTER has been published widely in print and on the web Many of her books are for children, and her first novel, The Big Idea Hyperion won the Am ricas Award for Children s and Young Adult Literature She s written and collaborated on multiple award winning TV for PBS, Disney, CBS, and the Discovery Channel Not bad for someone who never grew up.Excepts from her new memoir, Fierce Joy, have been published online on ducts, Lilith magazine, and the University of Virginia Medical Arts Journal Check out the great reviews of her latest book, FIERCE JOY, at faboverfify best memoirs of the year so far faboverfifty bookblog 2012 04 New York Review of Books Laura Schultz, in the New York Journal of Books Ellen Schecter creates a visual symphony with her extraordinary command of the unique language of the soul In Diagnosis Is Not Death, a review in Tablet by Sarah Ivry Illness does not always rob us of our spiritand Schecter finds in Judaism a sense of nurturing that she didn t realize she craved.I not only want to make peace with my illness, I want to sanctify it.

  • 500 Comments

  • My all time favorite childhood story. I chose this specific version because its the one I read as a child but I like many of the different versions and how they all have different endings and twists as well as levels. It makes it a very versatile story with a great message for children of a variety of ages.


  • This book does not only have a great lesson about lying, but it also is a great book for beginning readers. There is scaffolding throughout the book with pictures in the text to let the readers know what the word should be.


  • I checked this book out at the library because I thought it would be a great tool to get my kid to understand why we shouldn't lie. Afterwards, he would asked questions and I felt that this book deserved 5 stars because he went to sleep understanding the effects lying can do.


  • This book is about a boy who cried wolf too many times when there wasn't actually a wolf. When he needed help because there really was a wolf no one would believe him. He learned the importance of always telling the truth.


  • Every one of my kids have enjoyed this book. Don't know if it's the disturbing message or the fable itself. We have read it many times.



  • AR Quiz No. 9653 EN FictionAccelerated Reader Quiz Information IL: LG - BL: 2.8 - AR Pts: 0.5Accelerated Reader Quiz Type Information AR Quiz Types: RP, VP



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