The Fox in the Dark

  • Title: The Fox in the Dark
  • Author: Alison Green Deborah Allwright
  • ISBN: 9781589250918
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Fox in the Dark Who s afraid of the fox in the dark Rabbit is So are Duck Mouse and Lamb They all squish into Rabbit s house to hide But is the fox really as scary as they think
    Who s afraid of the fox in the dark Rabbit is So are Duck, Mouse, and Lamb They all squish into Rabbit s house to hide But is the fox really as scary as they think

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    545 Comments


    1. Fear makes for some strange bedfellows when it seems everyone is looking for a warm, and cozy place to spend the night.

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    2. Great repetition and sounds, we loved guessing who was at the door from the descriptions and the shadows! Really loved the ending too.

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    3. A hungry fox is hunting for a meal and everyone is scared of him. The animals are relieved to discover he is in need of that is not so scary and they can do.Dream Big (Summer Reading Program 2012) recommended bookAvailable from OCLS in print.

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    4. I absolutely adore this book and have to report that it's a Double Whammy - my son loves it and I do too. I think the illustrator's choices in breaking up scenes within the layout are particularly inventive and hope my son will forgive me for hijacking it time and time again to take to the studio with me. I need it as reference material. I will bring it home soon. I promise.

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    5. The rhyme scheme is fantastic! It reminded me of The Night Before Christmas or other story-poems of that length. The art is adorable, and I loved the level of plot it achieved without being too complex for a picture book.

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    6. I liked the illustrations in this one a lot and the story was sweet and a fun read aloud too.

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    7. Real rating: 4,5Great message. Could be interpreted as a political one.

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    8. sites have straight 5-star reviews for this book - and no wonder - this is possibly the perfect children's book.As an author of novels, I had often thought of writing a children's book especially with my own kids in mind. for over a year I dreamed up a book that would have a wonderful underlying theme and moral yet be funny, light to read, full of cute animals, and more. I started developing a plot and even penned out my book. It was far too long, far too complex. The prose was OK but it needed [...]

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    9. This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily!Hello, friends! JJ had her Bookworm Birthday Party today, so we picked a favorite from our personal library to read to her guests: The Fox In The Dark, written by Alison Green and illustrated by Deborah Allwright, a sweet and poignant tale about mistaken first impressions.Rabbit runs home at a hurried pace; there is a vicious fox out in the dark tonight. As soon as he secures himself in his bur [...]

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    10. Rabbit runs home, frightened that there is a fox chasing him in the dark. He makes it home safely, but then he hears a Rat-a-tat-tat! at the door. Who could it be? It’s a duck who is also being chased by the fox and needs a safe place to be. Rabbit lets Duck in, sharing his burrow, blanket and bed. But just then another knock comes at the door. This time it is Mouse. Another knock and it’s Lamb. All of them scared of the fox in the dark. And then another knock comes at the door. This time it [...]

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    11. We borrowed this from the library. It was chosen because my son loves foxes (inspired by his woodland nursery). This is a great book to read before bed. The morale is that what they fear isn't that scary at all - fox is just a loving mummy to fox cub and as they all helped her lost fox cub, she loves them too. The hardback edition I had was full of beautiful illustrations with a large picture and comic book threat down the side (I.e. To show ducks truck coming off the road). The characters all h [...]

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    12. Little Kid Reaction: My kids LOVED this book. I thought it would be scary or too long, but they selected this as one of their favorites each evening. My 2-year-old's attention span did not stay more than 5 pages into the book, but I was able to paraphrase other parts of the story for him. This book is probably better for ages 3.5 years and up.Big Kid Reaction: I liked the story, and I liked the illustrations. It is a story that has been done in other ways before, but it's still a good read. The [...]

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    13. A sweet tale of creatures in the wood afraid of the fox in the dark. Rabbit takes in mouse, sheep and duck, in the middle of the night when they knock on rabbit's door. The sweet part is that a baby fox and his mother end up sleeping over at Rabbit's house, too! All cuddled together makes for a great ending.Not so great when learning about foxes in nature but perfect when learning about our fears of others who may have fox like characteristics. A fruitful discussion of different kinds of people [...]

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    14. Because we (and the children we read to) have been conditioned to see fox and wolf characters as the villian, this will keep children on the edge of their seat waiting for the "attack". Spoiler: it doesn't come. Rabbit, Duck, Mouse and Lamb all cower for security in Rabbit's home for fear of the fox. Rhyming flows naturally for a readaloud and full-page illustrations add to the potential for a storytime book.

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    15. Quite a nice story with a twist at the end. Rabbit runs away from the fox in the dark and takes shelter in his home, just as he gets comfy there is a knock on the door and another animal would like to come in as he's running from the fox in the dark . etc until the house is full - then a baby fox arrives who has lost his mum. Mum is the next to turn up and they discover she isn't going to eat them.

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    16. This is a hilariously warm adventure of animals fleeing from The Fox in the Dark. Rabbit, duck, mouse and sheep all end up together in rabbits hole in an attempt to escape what may or may not be chasing them in the dark.The rhyming rhythm will keep your heart racing as the story climaxes to ultimately a small fox knocking at the door looking for shelter too. You will have to read the rest of the story to see if a bigger fox comes knocking as well.

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    17. Frightened Rabbit makes it home just in time--because there's a fox in the dark. But then various other animals want to hide out with him, they're taking up his bed space, and there at the door--is the fox!But it's a baby fox, as scared as they are. And when mom arrives, mother love trumps natural instincts and everyone snuggles down for the night.Sweet story where for once the fox is NOT the villain, and the rhyming text and illustrations are both terrific.

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    18. Rat-a-tat-tat! When a fox is running after him one evening, Bunny barely makes it safely to his home. As he's getting ready for bed, a duck, a mouse, and a sheep all come knocking, tryign to escape the same fox. Will the fox get them? Lots of good opportunities for predictions, and the sweet rhymes will appeal to younger primary students.

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    19. Who's afraid of the fox in the dark? Rabbit is. So are Duck, Mouse and Lamb. They all squish into Rabbit's house to hide. But is the fox really as scary as they think? This is the perfect bedtime book for rabbits, ducks, mice, lambs d children!

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    20. We now play Rat-a-tat-tat in our house. In the morning my 3 year old come into our bed and hides under the covers. Then one of us says rat-a-tat-tat, and ask who it is. Usually, it's one of his stuffed animals who he lets in one ata a time by going to get them.

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    21. Spannend, grappig en schattig.

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    22. This was a fun book, but we were disappointed by the ending.

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    23. The pace and rhythm of this book is steady and fun, filled with the excitement of what is coming next! but do not worry, the fox is only in search of someone special.

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    24. Wonderful flowing use of language Animals keep coming to rabbits house to escape a fox in the dark. Everyone piles into rabbits small house. Wonderful hugging snuggling cuddling in the end.

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    25. Forest animals run and hide from the fox - but all ends well. Great for storytime.

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    26. Got a little cute at the end, but I think I'll enjoy reading this aloud to kids at the library, it has a nice patter to it.

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    27. Det här är en av de barnböcker jag älskat mest att läsa. Kärleksfull, svensk översättning av Brita Ekberg och barnen är alltid så engagerade i rytmen och karaktärernas egenskaper.

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    28. My two year olds love this book! I have read it about 100x. They like naming the animals and the happy ending.

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    29. Charming and cadenced, with just the right sort of illustrations for the story it tells.

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