Just Like Brothers
Elizabeth Baguley, illustrated by Aurelie Blanz
Near the woods live a little boy and his mother. The mother warns her son to watch out for wolves, but he doesn't listen. Instead he chases rabbits. And in the woods live a wolf cub and his mother. The wolf warns her son to watch out for people, but he doesn't listen. Instead he chases rabbits. What will happen when the boy and the cub cross paths in the forest?
Elizabeth Baguley grew up in Nottinghamshire in the East Midlands of England, and her earliest memories are of listening to stories on her mother's knee. Today she is an author, educator and proud mother to two grown daughters. Aurelie Blanz has enjoyed drawing and painting since she was a child growing up in Germany. She was especially excited to illustrate Just Like Brothers, because she hopes it will help young readers overcome a fear of the unknown. Today Aurelie lives in Paris with her husband and three children.