EBOOK or PDF Vulpes the Red Fox
Animal Babies gHAPPY BIRTHDAY GREGa review forregthis is a wonderful little book part of jean craighead eorge s american woodland tale series which are cute little illustrated chapter books about animals in the wild and the things that they "Do While We Are Exposed To The "while we are exposed to the thoughts of vulpes he is thankfully not a fox that talks so there is a semblance of realism here he has motivations for his actions but they are very practical vulpes doesn t sit around yearning for things or trying to make friends with the Human Characters Or Anything characters or anything finds food he finds a mate he learns about the dangers of his environment all things that foxes actually need to do in order to survive with none of the disney singing owls or clumsy woodpeckers but most importantly there is a scene in which vulpes hunts for food under the snow like this is the coolest thing foxes do howdeedoodatnow since this is a realistic type story i ot some bad news for you look nature is a tough broad and not everything in this book is oing to be smiles and fuzzy hugsso to cheer up the way i
Felt At The Endat the end this book okay better now i have a bunch in this series but i m not sure i can face the widdle raccoon just yet but soon once i regroup emotionallycome to my blog IF YOU LIKED THIS TRY Could only have been written decades ago the way it unapologetically honors the hunter and hunted in the same breath So ood for that reason Liked it a lot Okay four stars might be a bit over the top but for me it s worth than three stars so thereThe book is all about Vulpes the Red Fox as you follow him on his adventures from the moment he s born as a cubSmall warning there are some really sad moments so it might not be suitable for really young readersSpoken dialogue is strictly by humans the animals do not talk but of cours. Vulpes is the smartest pup of the litter and he rows into a fast uick witted fox whose abi. Tale and an important ode to a particular Phenomenal nature storyBy Charles van Buren on October 3 2018Format Kindle EditionI ot this book for our 9 year old daughter without having any previous knowledge of or experience "With Jean Craighead George Oh The Wasted "Jean Craighead George Oh the wasted This is a phenomenal book about nature and of course the fox in particular George writes of things as they are in the real world rather than of a sentimental make believe world Hunters and predators both animal and human are a part of that world as is death In the movie Hombre Hunters and predators both animal and human are a part of that world as is death In the movie Hombre Newman s character animal and human are a part of that world as is death In the movie Hombre Paul Newman s character We all die It s just a uestion of when I would add two uestions how and where one Dead-End Road Mysteries goes afterwards but his point is valid If that bothers you you should probably avoid this bookOur daughter loves wolves foxes anything which resembles a dog she feels sorry for Wiley Coyote in the Roadrunner cartoons Naturally she loved Vulpes and accepted the ending with no real troubleWe purchased and read the Kindle version of the Open Roads Media edition of this book This book wasreat but sad very sad It was about courage and being different and so much I also wish it had a different and better ending Vulpes was such a Hear the Wolves great character The hunter was aood character but I despise him for what he did to Vulpes I really loved this book as a child It was the first book that I sat down and read in one sitting on my own It also inspired my love of stories from the point of view of animals It was also the first story where I was truly shocked by the ending I would definitely recommend this book While I remember it being well written with charmingly minimalist illustrations I made the mistake of flipping ahead to the ending Thus George has the rare honor of scarring my childhood self AND creating a character I absolu. Way at the last moment then he comes face to face with the hunter who is his reatest enemy.