In the middle of a deep, dark forest, all the creatures are fast asleep. Except for a little gray wolf who can’t sleep a wink.
The little wolf knows just what he needs to get a good night’s sleep: a teddy bear to cuddle. So the next morning little wolf sets off to find one. But exactly where do teddy bears come from? The little wolf asks the Wise Owl and the Three Little Pigs, but nobody knows. Finally, the little wolf stumbles upon a kindly man with a bright red suit and a long white beard, and when the little wolf wakes up the next morning there is a surprise at the foot of his bed… and the answer to his question.
Mark Burgess has woven an amusing, satisfying story that features a steadfast character and a memorable cast of familiar faces. Russell Ayto’s distinctively quirky illustrations offer surprising perspectives and colorfully capture the delightful humor of the story.
About the Author
Mark Burgess has been a writer and artist of children’s books for over twenty years. His titles include Where Teddy Bears Come From, When Vegetables Attack,Mutiny At Crossbones Bay, and Dogs’ Night. He lives in England.
Russell Ayto has illustrated several picture books, including One More Sheep and Where Teddy Bears Come From. He lives in England.