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Books with title Boy Who Cried Wolf

  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf

    Teresa Mlawer, Olga Cuellar

    Paperback (Adirondack Books, Jan. 1, 2016)
    A young shepherd pretends not once, but twice that a wolf is after his flock. But he learns a hard lesson when a wolf really appears and no one heeds his cries. The Timeless Fables series is a charming introduction to the wonderful world of fables. The stories have been adapted to appeal to young children. Each story ends with a simple, clear moral that will spark conversation between parent and child, offering a great way to share story time together.
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf

    B.G. Hennessy, Peter Scolari, Weston Woods Studios

    Audible Audiobook (Weston Woods Studios, Dec. 22, 2011)
    A retelling of a timeless tale that is sure to leave readers grinning sheepishly.
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf

    Jenny Giles, Naomi C. Lewis

    Paperback (RIGBY, Oct. 24, 1998)
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  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf

    Lee Wildish

    Paperback (Sterling, April 1, 2008)
    Children will happily climb the 1-2-3-4 stages of I'm Going to Read. Every one is thoughtfully written and carefully aimed at the correct reading group, so kids can gradually build their skills and reading vocabularies without frustration. This Level 3 story retells a popular tale in a fun way. This simple and effective retelling of the traditional fable teaches kids a valuable lesson: always tell the truth. A young shepherd pretends not once, but twice that a wolf is after his flock. But he learns a hard lesson when a wolf really appears…and no one heeds his cries.
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf

    Eric Blair, Dianne Silverman

    eBook (Picture Window Books, Dec. 21, 2015)
    In this retelling of the classic Aesop's fable, a bored shepherd boy thinks it's fun to see the villagers run to help him when he cries, "Wolf!" However, the boy is lying. Find out what happens when the villagers no longer believe what the boy says, even when he's telling the truth!
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf

    B. G. Hennessy, Boris Kulikov

    Hardcover (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, March 1, 2006)
    "Nothing ever happens here," the shepherd thinks. But the bored boy knows what would be exciting: He cries that a wolf is after his sheep, and the town's people come running. How often can that trick work, though? B.G. Hennessy's retelling of this timeless fable is infused with fanciful whimsy through Boris Kulikov's hilarious and ingenious illustrations. This tale is sure to leave readers grinning sheepishly.
  • The Wolf Who Cried Boy

    Bob Hartman, Tim Raglin

    Paperback (Puffin Books, June 17, 2004)
    Little Wolf is tired of his mom's cooking! It's the same old thing night after night, Lamburgers and Sloppy Does. How he wishes his mother would serve up a nice platter of his favorite dish&150Boy! But Boy is hard to come by these days. As Little Wolf trudges home from school one day, he decides to postpone his boring dinner by shouting "Boy! Boy!" But what will happen when a real boy finally comes along? In this hilarious twisted tale, Little Wolf learns the same timeless lesson that the boy who cried "Wolf!" did so many years ago.
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf

    Jess Stockham

    Paperback (Childs Play Intl Ltd, March 1, 2011)
    Step into the magical world of Child's Play fairy tales Traditional tales are a well-established part of all cultures. Retold from the originals, these lively stories will captivate readers with their delightful illustrations and fun lift-up flaps which really add to the action. The 'flip-up' flaps encourage prediction and discussion, and well-known stories will give young readers confidence. Complete with Audio CD.
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf

    Mary Berendes, Nancy Harrison

    language (Children's Illustrated Classics, Jan. 1, 2014)
    A bored shepherd entertains himself by falsely telling townspeople a wolf is stealing his sheep. When a wolf really does appear, the twice-tricked townspeople are convinced the shepherd is lying, and no one comes to his aid.
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf!

    Carl Sommer, Enache Bogdan

    eBook (Advance Publishing, Nov. 11, 2013)
    Nicholas knows that guarding the family’s sheep is important, but he also thinks it’s one of the most boring jobs in the world. He decides to make his day more exciting by shouting “Wolf!” so the townspeople will run to help. His practical joke is a huge success from his point of view, but the townspeople are furious. Nicholas realizes his mistake when the wolf attacks and everyone refuses to respond to his cry for help. This retelling of Aesop’s classic fable carries the story beyond the wolf’s attack, and illustrates the power of honesty and forgiveness.
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf

    Daniel Hinds

    eBook (, Aug. 30, 2015)
    A take on the classic tale of The Boy Who Cried Wolf, complete with fun imagery and rhyming songs. The perfect length for a bedtime story and easy enough to be handled alone by an early reader. This traditional fable teaches while it entertains! For the free audio version, check out
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf

    Tony Ross

    Paperback (Puffin Books, Sept. 10, 1992)
    In this contemporary retelling of a traditional tale, Willy cries "Wolf!" to get out of ordeals like taking a bath or going to his violin lesson, until the wolf really appears.