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Fox de Margaret Wild
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Fox (2000 original; edició 2006)

de Margaret Wild (Autor), Ron Brooks (Il·lustrador)

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An injured magpie and a one-eyed dog live happily together in the forest, until a jealous fox arrives to teach them what it means to be alone.
Membre:Karla1992
Títol:Fox
Autors:Margaret Wild (Autor)
Altres autors:Ron Brooks (Il·lustrador)
Informació:Kane Miller (2006), Edition: 8/16/06, 32 pages
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This is a beautifully illustrated book. The text is in an unusual position on the page which adds to the mysterious allure of a story whose possible interpretations are many. This is a perfect mentor text for exploring themes and could be used in classrooms from upper elementary to high school. ( )
  _Mayrita1 | Feb 27, 2022 |
This is a beautifully illustrated book about a blind dog, and a bird that is hurt and unable to fly. The dog helps the bird get around, and feel like it is flying while the bird becomes the dog's sense of sight. The disruption happens when the bird is tempted by a fox, and convinced that the fox can run faster, and is more agile than the dog, and that it could make the bird really feel like it was flying . The bird, was gave in, and was tempted by the urge to feel like it is flying again. The bird gets its wish for a moment, until the fox leaves the bird far away. the moral is to appreciate the people that care for you, and to not take them for granted, because people will try and take what you have away from you out of spite. I could point out that if the fox really just wanted to give the bird the sensation of flying, it could have simply just done that, and maybe even just become friends with both the bird, and the dog, but jealousy makes us blind to more positive outcomes and possibilities. ( )
  fmatiella1 | Feb 23, 2022 |
Fox is the story of one dog and a bird, they helped each other to complete what each was missing. The bird was hurt from a wing and the dog was blind from one eye, so the bird helped him see and the dog helped the bird go around. However one day a fox appeared trying to convince the bird to go with him, but the bird didn't want to until one day he convinced the bird. The bird was extremely happy because he climbed to the fox's back and he run so fast that he thought was flying. Suddenly, the fox shock off the bird from his back and left him alone in the dessert. This story is very sad in the way that you can't tell why the fox acted the way he did, but this makes the students create their own conclusions about how each of the characters would feel during the story. ( )
  Bernardettes | Feb 13, 2022 |
It was the first time that I read this book. I have noticed that many children's books do not have a real ending. It is good sometimes that we are able to use our imagination to think about different possibilities of an ending in a story. This book has nice illustrations, the story is good because it is about friendship, but also the bad intentions of the fox. I would use this book so students can work their imagination for the ending they wish. To me it was inconclusive, but I would still use it. ( )
  karlah1 | Feb 12, 2022 |
The book is about a fox that destroys a close bond between a dog and a bird that are both dependent on one another due to disabilities. This book shows the aspect of loneliness and how bitter sometimes people can be because of it.
  CarlosY | Feb 10, 2022 |
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