The Fox and the Stork
. Age of Learning . Glendale, CA ,
ABCM 4 .
PZ8.2.A33 Fox 2012 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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Here is one of five books in a series I found together. 25 pages, with page 5 being the title-page. The book is aimed at younger children. Is pouring a cup of tea (cover and title-page) or offering a glass of milk (front endpaper and 11) really part of this story? The former fits in in the end, since it seems that the fox has learned his lesson, that A mean trick will be repaid. Apparently now the two characters are reconciled and can enjoy tea together out on the lawn. This fox is a natty male, while the stork has a large ribbon around her feathered head. There are two pages of glossary at the back of this very sturdy book.