A meadow is the perfect place to play hide and seek - there are bridges to creep under and masses of wildflowers to use for cover. In grass high enough to conceal a bear, the protagonist must use all of her senses to track her animal companions! She can smell them, and hear them, but she can’t quite find them. Can you spot the stealthy wolf on each spread? Will the girl find her friends, or will the wolf find her first?|Readers can join in the game of hide and seek by searching for the wolf on each spread.|The protagonist uses her senses to determine where her friends are hiding. The book can be used to promote the benefits of focusing on the sounds and sights around you.
Spent many carefree hours hunting clues with the Hardy boys and defending Redwall Abbey.
There's an interesting part of this book where a scary looking wolf is introduced and it makes you concerned about the safety of the young girl. The young girl's safety is then perpetuated by the story. I didn't think it added anything and thought it was distasteful and unnecessary.