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The Wolf And The Seven Little Kids Audiobook Story

Mummy goat goes shopping. The seven little kids are left home alone. Will they escape the scheming wolf or get gobbled up? The Wolf And The Seven Little Kids is a great story to help you teach children about vigilance and the dangers of deception. It can be a little scary in places as the kids are fooled into the wolf's trap even after being warned by their mother, but of course the mother goat saves all of her precious kids in the end and everyone learns a very valuable lesson. Themes of good vs evil, overcoming challenges and family are also present throughout our retelling of The Wolf And The Seven Little Kids. The Brothers Grimm included a version of the Wolf And The Seven Little Kids in their collection of fairy tales in the early 19th century. However the folktale is believed to be a lot older and has been adapted and evolved over time. 

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The Wolf And The Seven Little Kids summary

One day the mother goat had to get food supplies and leave her seven kids at home alone. She warned her kids that the wolf would try to trick them into letting him into the house. Mother goat told her kids a couple of ways to tell whether the wolf was impersonating someone else, including that the wolf has a deep voice and hairy feet. The kids saw through the wolf’s first attempt because his voice was too low. The kids also saw through the wolf’s second attempt as they spotted his hairy feet. The third time the wolf knocked on the door, his voice was higher and his hairy feet were disguised so the kids let him in. The mother goat returned to find only one kid. The two of them found the wolf and her other kids still in his stomach. The mother goat is able to rescue all her kids and replace them with stones. The wolf wakes with stones in his stomach and ends up falling into a water well.

Who wrote The Wolf And The Seven Little Kids?

The Wolf And The Seven Little Kids is another fairy tale written and published by the Grimm Brothers in 1812.