This is a modern-day story told from the wolf’s perspective who tries to borrow a cup of sugar from three pigs. He tries to convince them he’s not a pig eater because he’s not the same wolf they had read about in other books.
It wasn’t until he smelled the aroma of Thanksgiving cooking coming from Oink’s house that he realized he was a wolf who’s possibly capable of eating pigs.
An old friend who lives in the forest reserves knew him when he was a little feller was his last hope to borrow a cup of sugar. On Thanksgiving Day, he goes to the old man’s house and learns there is a surprise waiting for him when he arrives.
Theresa A. Span was born and raised in South Bend, Indiana.  Her first article was published in the South Bend Tribune’s “Voice To The People” column when she was 17 years old. She received her BA in Psychology from Saint Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa.  Soon after, she enrolled at Western Illinois University.  She went on to teach children with special needs in the South Suburban area of Chicago, Illinois.  At a community college in Palos Hills, IL she taught an an adjunct instructor (Life Changes, Challenges and Choice).
The president/founder of Christ Hands and Rescue Mission (CHARM), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that supports women of domestic violence, elderlies and other services.  She’s committed to volunteering at shelters and extended care facilities for elderlies.  Theresa has a heart for missions and enjoys traveling outside the United States to serve others who are less fortunate.
A true visionary who enjoys creating and developing programs, as well as writing various types of writings that focus on children, but not limited to.  When not traveling, writing and creating programs, she spends her time making dresses for Dress a Girl Around the World, which believes every girl should have a dress.  Dresses are taken on mission trips.
A mother of two adult children and a proud grandmother of ten grands, she currently resides in Chicago, IL south suburban area.

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