In a heart-warming turn of events, enchanting children’s book Wolfie has found a permanent place in the SALAMAT School System Grade 4 curriculum.
Authored by journalist Sonya Rehman and published by ZUKA Books, the captivating fiction book is a testament to the magic of self-belief and empathy, making it a must-read for kids aged 9 and above. Wolfie takes young readers on a thrilling journey alongside a timid puppy who dares to escape a grim dog farm to rescue his fellow furry companions.
Packed with adventure, newfound friendships, and invaluable life lessons, this story is a heartwarming reminder that when you believe in yourself, magic is sure to follow.
Through Wolfie's adventures and trials, young readers are gently guided toward a profound understanding of animal empathy and the invaluable importance of nurturing their own self-esteem. It's a story that not only captures hearts but also shapes compassionate, confident individuals, ready to make a kinder planet for both themselves and the creatures they share it with.
Penned by Sonya during the onset of the COVID-19 lockdown, Wolfie doesn't just entertain; it educates. The book shines a light on critical subjects like animal empathy and the power of self-belief.
‘Our students lapped up Wolfie. The setting of the book, in particular, resonates with the children. SALAMAT is delighted to have joined hands with Mehr to introduce learners to some of the very best in Pakistani fiction. We look forward to continuous creativity on the curriculum front to cement our standing as leaders in education,’ SALAMAT School System Superintendent Principal Shehryar Salamat said.