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Fox in the Library (Hardcover) (Lorenz Pauli)
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Fox goes to the library looking for mice ... not books! ""This isn't the forest; this is the library,"" says Mouse. ""You can only borrow things here."" So begins the hilarity, as Mouse offers fox a book so that he will get new ideas - besides wanting to eat mice. The new book works! Now Fox is thinking about eating chickens. But when the chicken-eating, fix-hunting farmer walks into the library, Fox and Chicken think fast and come up with a surprising solution that just might save them both.
• The adorable antics of Fox should be of interest to all booklovers…librarians, booksellers, and parents!
• Books about books and libraries (such as Library Lion) have a built in appeal.
Fox didn't come to the library to read a book--he came to catch a mouse! But Mouse offers the fox a book, Fox gets all sorts of creative new ideas. Like eating chickens! Until Chicken points out that chicken bones are dangerous. But then all the animals must band together when the chicken eating, hating-Farmer walks into the library.
? The adorable antics of Fox should be of interest to all booklovers?librarians, booksellers, and parents!
? Books about books and libraries (such as Library Lion) have a built in appeal.
Number of Pages: 1.0
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Publisher: Ingram Pub Services
Age Range: 4-8 years
Author: Lorenz Pauli
Street Date: August 1, 2013
Item Number (DPCI): 247-10-6299