I started this book 'What has made Mr Wolf's Tummy So Big' in December, at last it is completely finished. I have uploaded pictures of the pages in sequence.
There are no words apart from on the cover and a tiny help! in the middle.
Fig 2 (above): The cover (detail). Fig 3 (above): Little red Riding hood walking to Grandmothers house.
It starts with Little Red Riding hood journeying to her grandmothers but the wolf can smell her . . .
and makes short work of eating her, her jam tarts and her Grandmother before falling asleep on the grandmothers bed.
Fig 4 (above): Concertina flap of the contents of the wolf's stomach.
At this point you can see what he has eaten by pulling open a flap.
The woodsman hears something? a help on the wind.
Fig 7 (above) The woodsman cutting the wolf open, Fig 8 (above) the closed flap of the tummy.
Again there is a concertina pull our where you can see the poor disheveled Little Red and Grandmother with broken up bits of tart.
Once out they all have a cup of tea to recover and decide what to do with the still sleeping wolf.
Fig 10 (above) They have tea to recover and plan.
They decide he must have been very hungry to have eaten them and fill him up with jam tarts.
Fig 11 (above): Red Riding Hood and Grandmother fill the wolf with jam tarts.
Fig 12 (above) Two images from making the stitched the flap up.
Fig 13 (above) The Grandmother stitching.
Fig 14 (above) Walking Back to Red Riding Hoods house.
Then they walk off to little Red Riding Hood's house, to give the wolf time to sleep of his food and operation.
Fig 15 (above): The back cover.
There it is, made just for fun. Freya (my daughter) loves going through the book and particularly enjoys opening up the concertina stomachs.
Fig 1: Working on the stitched flap.
Fig 2: The cover (detail).
Fig 3: Little red Riding hood walking to Grandmothers house.
Fig 4: Concertina flap of the contents of the wolf's stomach.
Fig 5: The woodsman hearing commotion.
Fig 6: Detail, The wolf sleeping.
Fig 7: The woodsman cutting the wolf open.
Fig 8: The closed flap of the dissected tummy.
Fig 9: The opened out concertina of the stomachs contents.
Fig 10: They have tea to recover and plan.
Fig 11: Red Riding Hood and Grandmother fill the wolf with jam tarts.
Fig 12: Two images from making the stitched the flap up.
Fig 13: The Grandmother stitching.
Fig 14: Walking Back to Red Riding Hoods House.
Fig 15: The back cover.