The Wolf (Review 11)

Humility is more important than being number one

'And so concludes the story. It seems that pride does have to go before a fall in order for one to learn and change. The story reflects the situation with the young these days. They are used to getting their own way, and believing that they are the centre of the universe. Only when they are alone, or when they are placed in danger, do they realise that their attitudes had been wrong. The little Wolf reflects this attitude and so do humans on many occasions. A very worthwhile read.'

Mama's Nagging
The Wolf who Loved Himself Too Much: Humility is more important than being number one