A little fox discovers the wonders of the world around him in this exuberant picture book that celebrates the seasons and the relationship between a parent and child.When Mama Fox tells her new baby that its time to go outside for the first time, he isnt so sure So Mama promises to stay by his side as they tumble though Little Foxs first year of life, a year spent splashing in puddles, trying new foods, leaping in leaves, and snuggling in snow And then, before long, Little Fox is all grown up But is he ready to go off on his own With sweet rhyming text and vibrant illustrations, Rick Chrustowski tells a tender story of parent child love and how wonderfuland wistfulit feels when a little one leaves the nest....
|Title||:||My Little Fox|
|Publisher||:||Beach Lane Books May 9, 2017|
|Number of Pages||:||40 pages|
|File Size||:||778 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
My Little Fox Reviews
We bought one for our daughter but also one for a friend. This is a super cute story.
Mama Fox watches closely over her little fox as he heads outside for the first time. When he is scared at first, she reassures him that she will always be nearby. Little Fox discovers the wonder of water in both rain and a pond. Sunny summer days have him frolicking in the flowery meadow. In the fall, he hops into the fallen leaves. Winter snow shows his footprints. As another year begins, it’s time for him to head off on his own. Even then, his mother will be close.
Super adorable book with a sweet story. Foxes hold a special place in my heart. And we have a family of four currently living in our country neighborhood. There is nothing like the thrill of standing in a window in the early morning, barely dawn with a hot cup of coffee, watching the sun come up and catching a glimpse of our little friend and her three kits scampering through the backyard. So when we took a family trip to the bookstore and I stumbled across this darling story, I had to bring it home for our kids. When I read it to them, I imagine this is what life is like for our resident vixen and her tiny ones. And of course it reflects how I feel as a mom to my own little kits and their stages of adventure in life.
This is a gentle book about growing up and how our parents will still be there for their children even when they are grown up.
The idea is cute but it not my favorite interpretation. I also thought some of the words integrated into the illustrations were quite hard to read.