Fox Tale Soup by Tony Bonning

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When all the animals are too mean to share their food with Fox, he decides to make some stone soup....WHAT?! Soup from a stone? Impossible! But with a little bit of cunning, Fox makes the soup taste simply delicious! Fox Tale Soup is the perfect recipe for a scrumptious retelling of a traditional tale.


About Tony Bonning

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Tony Bonning was born in Scotland and has worked as a writer, journalist, and advertising manager. He is currently writing full-time, occasionally for local magazines and newspapers. He lives in Galloway, Scotland.
Published January 1, 1997 by SoftbABCks. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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The stingy animals won’t spare any food for a hungry fox, so he boils a pot of water, adds a stone, and pronounces his soup “not quite right.” The puzzled and curious animals fetch each item suggested by the fox to improve the soup.

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Scottish author Bonning and Hobson (Three Bugs Full) don't change the recipe for the folktale "Stone Soup," but they do serve up a satisfying retelling.

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