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To see this review and to learnabout Margaret Wild please visit www.readrantrockandroll.com Fox by Margaret Wild is a story about a dog and a bird with disabilities They become friends and help each other until a jealous fox enters the story to teach them a lesson about what it s truly like to be alone This is a story about friendship and betrayal It s quite dark and is best suited for older children that can cope with the abrupt ending and powerful message It s thought provoking and a To see this review and to learnabout Margaret Wild please visit www.readrantrockandroll.com Fox by Margaret Wild is a story about a dog and a bird with disabilities They become friends and help each other until a jealous fox enters the story to teach them a lesson about what it s truly like to be alone This is a story about friendship and betrayal It s quite dark and is best suited for older children that can cope with the abrupt ending and powerful message It s thought provoking and a good discussion book for groups Update After the first time reading this I rated it 3 stars because I didn t really like the abrupt ending, but it sends an important message that doesn t take children long to figure out Another aspect that I had a hard time with was the story s text which is sketched and scattered all around the pages and difficult for kids to read at times I loved the sketched illustrations by Ron Brooks My personal opinion is that this is a book that s best read to children by a teacher or parent which eliminates the issue with the text and allows discussion after 4 Children s Picture Book Beautiful artwork and careful evocative prose for this animal fable about friendship, mutual need, and the dangers of infidelity to such a bond The words are rendered on the page in a psychotic script that sets the stage for the Fox to disrupt the loving accommodation that the half blind dog and the one winged magpie have made with a post apocalyptic forest.It has a bad ending Good companion piece to The Fox by D.H Lawrence if that gives you some idea.Seriously, DO Children s Picture Book Beautiful artwork and careful evocative prose for this animal fable about friendship, mutual need, and the dangers of infidelity to such a bond The words are rendered on the page in a psychotic script that sets the stage for the Fox to disrupt the loving accommodation that the half blind dog and the one winged magpie have made with a post apocalyptic forest.It has a bad ending Good companion piece to The Fox by D.H Lawrence if that gives you some idea.Seriously, DO NOT read this to children without reading it through yourself and planning responses to possible reactions Since some of those reactions may be internal and unseen, I wouldn t, ever.Still, a gorgeous and memorable picture book I had to read this in order to help my little sister figure out the theme of this book and I m SO glad I read it.Such a beautiful little book about a friendship between Dog and Magpie and how they help each other and rely on each other because of their disabilities Also, that plot twist was so freaking good and I love love loved that ending It was also extremely short took me legit 5 minutes and can help your reading challenge What a dark little book with a deep meaning. This might be the best children s book ever, but maybe it s not appropiate for most children It s bleak and dark, sociopathic in it s layout, the moral of the story is not like anything one would expect in a book for kids It s what a crazed lunatic all bent out of shape by existentialism might have written Or maybe something that Beckett would have penned if he had decided that he wanted to scar children with his writings I don t know what to say but I am in awe of this book Everyone should This might be the best children s book ever, but maybe it s not appropiate for most children It s bleak and dark, sociopathic in it s layout, the moral of the story is not like anything one would expect in a book for kids It s what a crazed lunatic all bent out of shape by existentialism might have written Or maybe something that Beckett would have penned if he had decided that he wanted to scar children with his writings I don t know what to say but I am in awe of this book Everyone should read this On a slight aside, I just had an idea for a children s picture book based roughly around a Beckett novel A child or an animal of some kind, maybe a dolphin is left hopefully immobilized laying in a big mound of pig shit, and he thinks back about how everyone he loved really didn t care for him, and how he has been left here to die alone in shit, unable to make it to the water if it s a dolphin only a few feet away from him Caldecott here I come once again The characters have names like Dog, Magpie and Fox The story is simple and potent and should hit a nerve I read it to a class of fourth graders and will reread it again There is so much to contemplate It is a great story for writing about fiction Some reviewers loved it but questioned whether it was appropriate for children Like life, it is The partnership between Margaret Wild s writing and Ron Brooks illustrations is beyond mesmerising Wild s beautiful words add such depth and mystery to the characters that I ended up feeling immense sympathy for the book s antagonist the Fox On the other hand, Brooks has a fascinating style that presents the loneliness, rage and bitterness in the Fox, the kind nature of the Dog and the desperation of the Magpie This would be fantastic to explore with children, looking at the relationships b The partnership between Margaret Wild s writing and Ron Brooks illustrations is beyond mesmerising Wild s beautiful words add such depth and mystery to the characters that I ended up feeling immense sympathy for the book s antagonist the Fox On the other hand, Brooks has a fascinating style that presents the loneliness, rage and bitterness in the Fox, the kind nature of the Dog and the desperation of the Magpie This would be fantastic to explore with children, looking at the relationships between the characters, how the vocabulary has been used to convey raw emotions and focusing on one of the book s main themes loneliness I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would highly recommend it The book is described as being a rich story for both adults and children and it certainly is |Download Book ♹ Fox ♨ 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 THIS BOOK I don t even have the words to describe the feelings this book made me feel.Dog rescues Magpie, whose wing has been burned She can never fly again, but Dog is determined to show her life can still be good Steadfast, eternally loyal, Dog runs with Magpie and acts as her wings, while she acts as his missing eye Magpie is almost able to forget her loss Almost.When Fox comes along with an offer too enticing to pass up, Magpie finds herself alone and far from her friend She learns a p THIS BOOK I don t even have the words to describe the feelings this book made me feel.Dog rescues Magpie, whose wing has been burned She can never fly again, but Dog is determined to show her life can still be good Steadfast, eternally loyal, Dog runs with Magpie and acts as her wings, while she acts as his missing eye Magpie is almost able to forget her loss Almost.When Fox comes along with an offer too enticing to pass up, Magpie finds herself alone and far from her friend She learns a painful and powerful lesson about loyalty, for her betrayal has cost herself and her dearest friend of each other The book ends suddenly, before you want it to end, on a melancholic note with a glimmer of hope The art in this book, done in mixed media, is phenomenal Every page is a work of art, with the words facing different directions on the page and the colors dark, bold, paint thickly applied I honestly gasped aloud at what Fox did at the end, and I felt so overwhelmed with emotion throughout the entire book It seems simple, but it is not it is wonderful, it is art, and it is heart wrenching, with a powerful message about what it means to be a true friend My new favorite picture book The illustrations are fantastic and the ambiguity in the text led my fifth grade class to have a fantastic discussion and they wrote furiously in their literature response journals Love love love it. An excellent and thought provoking book very clever My one issue is the awful way the text is displayed in the book, and at different angles too.