There was a Wolf called Wilson
Who couldn't count to ten.
He wouldn't learn to write his name.
He never used a pen.
And so begins the story of Whiffy Wilson, a little wolf who refuses to go to school because he thinks it will be boring. Instead, Whiffy prefers to spend his days playing, watching TV, and staying up late. "Who wants to read and write?" he grumps. But when his best friend Dotty takes him along to class with her one day, Whiffy discovers that school is not the boring, stuffy place he thought it would be. This endearing story, told with humorous illustrations and infectious rhyme, will be an instant favorite among children who are preparing for their first day of school and may be feeling just a bit like Whiffy. (Ages 3-5)