Fox Tails by Amy Lowry
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Four classic fables are artfully woven together to make a single story in this lushly illustrated picture book. "The Fox and the Grapes," "The Fox and the Crow," "The Fox and the Goat," and "The Fox and the Stork" all come together to make an unusually eventful day for a tricky fox who is not quite as clever as he imagines.

About Amy Lowry

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Amynbsp;Lowry lived near the Summer Palace in Beijing, China for four years. There, she studied scroll making and worked alongside Chinese artists. Her paintings and mosaic pieces have been shown in galleries and museums in Beijing, Chicago, New York, and Maine. She now lives part of the year in Chicago, Illinois, with her three daughters and spends summers with them on a farm in Camden, Maine.
Published February 1, 2012 by Holiday House. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Leaving goat in the well, fox warns to “look before you leap.” And finally, “one bad turn deserves another,” when goat, crow and stork give fox his just deserts.

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Lowry (The Pea Blossom) combines four fables into one seamless story about a pesky fox and his animal acquaintances. Mr. Fox starts the day with an empty fridge and a hankering for grapes. Try as he m

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