- File Size: 6422 KB
- Print Length: 40 pages
- Publication Date: August 5, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007SP25H6
- Text-to-Speech: Not enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,623,219 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have never been very good at writing biographies, even mini ones like this. However, there is a nice little mini-bio at the end of my book; The Fox and the Fawn, that I will use parts of, and add a little bit to:
I have loved making up and writing stories since I received my first "free-write" assignment in elementary school at Furneaux Elementary. I have worked with children since 2003 and one of my favorite activities is telling stories to them, often making them up as I go. If any of those kids see this page I am sure they would remember tales of a certain enormously unlucky cat that just never seemed to run out of lives.
The Fox and the Fawn is the first book that I have finished and published, and I have Alicia Templin to thank for that. If not for her, this book would still be a word file accompanied by my own lack luster drawings. She is an amazing person that I am beyond blessed to not only have as the illustrator of my book, but also a friend. Her talent adds a life to the story that I could never have imagined on my own.
Top Customer Reviews
This book is about a fox, a fawn, and the fawn's Mom. The fawn was playing in a meadow and he found a scent he really liked. He followed it until he found a strawberry plant and he ate the last strawberry. Then a fox, who was watching every movement he made, came out and said he knew where there were the most red and juicy strawberries in the whole forest. So, he led the fawn there and there was a fallen tree and the fox said the strawberries were behind the tree. Then, a wolf jumped out and tried to chase him to eat him. The Mom came out and hurt the wolf and saved her baby. I really liked the pictures and it looks really cool how the pictures are grey and black; but, I also want to see what it looks like in full colour. My favorite part of the book is when the fawn gets saved by his mommy; because the fawn is cute and I didn't want him to get hurt or die. I learned to never follow strangers which I already knew. I loved the book - it was extremely good and I want to read it every day! I want to give this book one thousand ten million infinity million thousand a hundred fifty stars, but my Mom won't let me. She'll only let me give 5. I think everybody would like this book. I also think that deer, foxes, wolves, and turtles would like this book.
Well, I just loved this book for its clear and important underlying message, the great tension-filled story, and the absolutely gorgeous illustrations. There's a reason my son gives it "one thousand ten million infinity million thousand a hundred fifty stars". I highly recommend The Fox and The Fawn for ages 4+.
* This book was provided to us by the author free-of-charge in exchange for our honest review. *
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A unique way of showing kids about the effects of talking to strangers. The illustrator also did a wonderful job capturing what the writer was trying to bring forth. Awesome. Read morePublished on June 24, 2013 by Valerie
"The Fox and the Fawn" is a good book with a message for kids. It's great for teaching kids about the dangers of interacting with strangers. Read morePublished on June 23, 2013 by Jenna
This cautionary tale is illustrated in black and white drawings so well done I didn't need color to feel the mystery and danger of life and nature. Read morePublished on July 17, 2012 by Nancy Mauerman