Translated from French. “Big Wolf lived alone under his tree at the top of a hill. It had always been that way.” Until one day the solitary wolf spies a little blue wolf making his way towards him. They awkwardly share the space under the tree and watch each other. “Their looks were curious – not mean or suspicious at all.”
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