Stories about wolves

I was delivering training in London a few years ago when someone put their hand up and asked: "What it is with the French and their obsession with wolves in stories?". She seemed so annoyed! Up to that point, I had never thought anything of it, having grown up with a lot of wolves in a lot of stories. As it turns out... I certainly do use a lot of stories with wolves in them! Below are some of them - there will be more soon, I am sure!

Loup, loup, y es-tu?

Louyétu?

Je m’habille… et je te croque! / Me visto… ¡y te como!

“Le loup qui…” stories by Orianne Lallemand and Éléonore Thuillier

Au Loup!

Un Noël pour le loup

What do you think about wolves in children's stories? Should there be fewer of them? Please tell me your thoughts in the comments below!

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