By Lindsay J. Sedgwick, illustrated by Josephine Wolff
Meet Libby …
Libby lives with her mean step-brother, Rex, who tells her scary stories so she can’t sleep. At school she is a loner. All Libby wants is a best friend – and to get revenge on Rex.
Libby’s life changes forever when she finds, in an old trunk in her bedroom, a little purple wolf-like creature named Wulfie.
Meet Wulfie …
Wulfie is a little purple wolf-like creature from another land. He can grow as big as a bear or shrink down as small as a snail. He’s sweet and kind, but he loves to get into trouble.
Read more of Wulfie and Libby’s adventures in Wulfie: Stage Fright and Wulfie: Beast in Show
Praise for the Wulfie series
‘You never know what will happen next, but you’ll be longing for a friend like Wulfie. Incredibly entertaining, funny, warm and fabulous.’ – Mary Esther Judy, Fallen Star Stories
‘Another fun, action-packed drama with some rather unpleasant characters, as well as the determined, lovable Libby and her equally lovable bestie.; – Red Reading Hub
‘Readers will be completely charmed by Wulfie and cheer on Libby as she develops confidence and tries to follow her dreams. Everyone will want their own fuzzy, purple friend to help them through the ups and downs of school life’ – Kate Heap, Scope for Imagination
‘There’s plenty to laugh at… The other characters – pleasant or unpleasant – are also memorable, made all the more so through Josephine Wolff’s black and grey illustrations’ – Red Reading Hub
‘A wonderful new series for emerging and independent readers’ – RTÉjr
‘With just the right amount of mischief and lots of laughs Wulfie: Stage Fright is sure to delight young readers and have them cheering for an encore!’ – The Book Activist
‘Thoroughly enjoyable, with serious messages alongside laugh-out-loud moments, it really is a great twist on the underdog story.’ – What I Read
‘The story will have you rooting for Libby to succeed and longing for Rex to get his comeuppance … The black and white illustrations throughout capture Wulfie’s cute and mischievous character and sympathetically portray Libby and her struggles with the monstrous Rex. ‘ – Armadillo Magazine, Liz Speight
Lindsay is an award- winning screenwriter who has written for film, TV, games and apps. She is the creator of the ground-breaking series Punky, the first mainstream animation series worldwide in which the central character has special needs (Down’s Syndrome). Two series later, it has won multiple awards and is available in over 100 countries with circa 5 million hits on YouTube.
Josephine is an up-and-coming illustrator
and communication designer from Berlin
represented by Lemonade Illustration
Agency. Josephine likes illustrating
characters for animated films, creating
fantastic worlds for children’s books and
finding the right story for everyone. She
is currently working on her first graphic