Too Small for Honey Cake by Gill Lobel

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Little Fox is the center of Daddy's world--that is until Baby Fox is born. Now Baby Fox gets all of Daddy's attention. And what's worse, Daddy lets the new baby sleep in Little Fox's old crib and sings him Little Fox's special lullaby. It doesn't take long for Little Fox to decide he has had quite enough of this appalling new arrangement.     Equal parts tender and hilarious, this irresistible story is certain to resonate with any child who has needed to make room in his family--and in his heart--for a new sibling.


About Gill Lobel

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GILL LOBELhas written many picture books, including the award-winningEllie and the Butterfly Kitten. She lives in Leicester, England. SEBASTIEN BRAUNis the illustrator of numerous books for young readers, includingAgain!by Ian Whybrow. He lives in London.
Published October 6, 2005 by Orchard Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Little Fox grows increasingly resentful of the attention that Daddy Fox lavishes upon the new baby.

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Lobel (Ellie and the Butterfly Kitten) takes the tender issue of relinquishing only-child status to heart in this story about a young fox and his ""stinky-pooh-baby"" brother.

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