The wolf is too tired to walk anymore. He will test many other ways of transportation, but it is not sure that he will like them at all! Will skiing, taking the plane or train or riding a bike be less tiring? Or will our friend the wolf finish the adventure on his feet?
Halfway through, the story shifts gear into full-on fantasy, as the wolf acquires magical boots that enable him to fly (but belong to angry ogres); he later becomes stranded when his horse-drawn carriage turns into a pumpkin. Thuillier’s stylized pictures portray the toothy, baguette-nosed hero’s misadventures with humorous exaggeration [ ]