Fox And Crow Are Not Friends
ISBN: 0375869824
EAN13: 9780375869822
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 7, 2012
Pages: 48
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 8.8" L x 5.8" W
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Fox and Crow can agree on two things: their love of cheese and loathing of each other. These cagey animals will do whatever they can to outwit their sworn enemy and claim sole possession of the prized cheese they keep finding. But they are too caught up in their plotting and planning to realize they've picked the wrong house to steal from--since the mother of the house is one fed up Mama Bear who knows exactly how to contend with freeloaders.

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   Cheese Causes So Much Trouble These Days
Not surprisingly, the two have been a great antagonistic duo. It's a lot of fun, silly, and entertaining, Mr. Rule told us. It's divided into four parts: Night By Night, or you can journey through this cute story to its satisfying ending. This story is a great read aloud to all kids. It's great to have a playpen, and my toddlers love it. It's colorful and simple, and quite the appealing type of conflict, Raymond said. Even the most timid little ones understand this situation too well. But the Supreme Court agreed Monday that government agencies can withhold federal funds for anti-terrorism programs. Others are running off with what they want, Tunick said. Just about everything about this show is drama, right down to the costumes.
   Great for struggling reader
My son struggles with reading and has no memory of the game. Both kids thought this was a great book. It's just that these two animals may never be friends. The language used to describe the vindictive pursuits of these rivals appeared to be on a 1st and 2nd grade level. Anyone can relate to this story. We need more funny stories like this, Libowitz said. It kept my son turning the page to see what was coming next. Leaving it on the table, I picked it up and he finished the story, Sosa said.
   Hits the Mark
Even though Fox sometimes looks like a cat or a dog, overall the art was amusing and engaging. The battle between the Fox and the Crow was entertaining and it was a good read for a child, too. The kid was having a good time, said his mom, who also declined to be named.
   Not your typical kids book, good for critical thinking
Not a happy ending to this pointless kids book. I like that they put it on the back of the trailer.
   Buy something else!
I read the reviews and gave this book a try. We've read through it all, but it's just awful. Some people said it was just wonderful, but I don't feel that way. The book ended with them still being enemies?
Very disappointed with the results. This book was supposed to be a present for a child I am sponsoring. It arrived all bent and wrinkled and I would be embarrassed to give it as a present.
   Fun and charming with beautiful illustrations
It was a great read, said Janet Byrne, who also reviewed the book. The writer of the story, Graham Moore, is also a professor at Yale Divinity School. I'm thrilled the illustrator was able to bring this book to life, said Barbara Keeley, executive director of the Friends of Animals. 3 days ago Today, Microsoft's answer was a resounding "no."
   Good Story
This is a great story for my nephews and niece to read. Both are huge fans of level 1 and 2 books.