Cedric Ramadier was born in 1968 in Toulouse, France. He studied at the Camberwell College of Arts in London, before moving to Paris to work as an art director, graphic designer, editor, and author. He has written a number of popular French children's books. Vincent Bourgeau was born in Brussels in 1967. He now lives in Marseilles, France, where he works fulltime as a children's book illustrator.
"This interactive board book enlists the help of readers to keep an approaching wolf at bay. As the beady-eyed lupine looms on the horizon, the minimal text instructs: 'Quick! Turn the page.' To further thwart the wolf's advance, readers are tasked with shaking, tipping, and turning the book. Brightly bold yellow and green backgrounds glow with fervor and anticipation. In a clever, circular twist, the topsy-turvy escapades continue after the last page is slammed shut, with an alert: 'Phew! The wolf has gone. Are you sure? Quick! Flip the book and check.' VERDICT Boisterous fun in the spirit of Herv Tullet's Press Here (Chronicle, 2011) and Adam Lehrhaupt's Warning: Do No Open This Book (S. & S., 2013)."--School Library Journal--Journal