Near the woods live a little boy and his mother. The mother warns her son to watch out for wolves, but he doesn't listen. Instead he chases rabbits. And in the woods live a wolf cub and his mother. The wolf warns her son to watch out for people, but he doesn't listen. Instead he chases rabbits. What will happen when the boy and the cub cross paths in the forest? AGES: 3 to7 AUTHOR: Elizabeth Baguley grew up in Nottinghamshire in the East Midlands of England, and her earliest memories are of listening to stories on her mother's knee. Today she is an author, educator and proud mother to two grown daughters. SELLING POINTS: . The boy and the wolf cub demonstrate that children are born without prejudice; a simple story to start conversations about complex topics like discrimination and acceptance. . Depicts the special relationship between a mother and her son and how wisdom and strength is shared across generations. . Unforgettable poetic text by author Elizabeth Baguley with vivid lyrical language like 'moon-mind and shut-ear'; 'tree-thick and thorn-twisty'. Gorgeous hand-painted artwork from acclaimed German-French illustrator Aurelie Blanz is full of atmosphere and magical realism.