Synopses & Reviews
Are you a wolf? Chip asks. Are you the big, bad kind?
Fitch does have long, shaggy fur and tall, pointy ears.
If he is a wolf, should Chip be afraid?
Or can a pig and a wolf become friends?
Laugh along with this first funny book of Fitch and Chip's adventures.
Chip is the new pig in class and he notices that Fitch is the only wolf in class. Is Fitch a bad wolf, a werewolf, or just a lone wolf? After their first school day together, Fitch and Chip know one thing is certain -- even if they are really different, they can also be a lot alike, too. Join new friends Fitch and Chip on this first of their humorous and heart-warming adventures.
About the Author
andlt;Bandgt;Frank Ansleyandlt;/Bandgt; has illustrated four other books by Lisa Wheeler: andlt;Iandgt;Turk and Runtandlt;/Iandgt; (starred in andlt;Iandgt;Booklist),andlt;/Iandgt; andlt;Iandgt;Wool Gatheringandlt;/Iandgt; (starred in andlt;Iandgt;Publishers Weekly),andlt;/Iandgt; and the first two books in the Fitch and Chip series, andlt;Iandgt;New Pig in Townandlt;/Iandgt; and andlt;Iandgt;When Pigs Fly.andlt;/Iandgt; Mr. Ansley and his wife, Pat, live in St. Helena, California.Lisa Wheeler has written eighteen books for children, including andlt;iandgt;The Pet Projectandlt;/iandgt;, illustrated by Zachariah OHora, and theandlt;iandgt; andlt;/iandgt;hilarious andlt;iandgt;Spinster Gooseandlt;/iandgt;, illustrated by Sophie Blackall. She lives with her family in Addison, Michigan. Visit her online at LisaWheelerBooks.com.