"The Fox and the Hawk" Is Unusual Love Prose with Teaching Moments, Newest From Madison Avenue Publishers
"The Fox and the Hawk," is a refreshingly original short story with teaching moments for readers 7-years-old and up. Written by Barbara Kennedy (MPH/MSW), the story develops as does the tenuous relationship between a (girl) Fox and a (boy) Hawk, who start off with seemingly nothing in common except that they're hanging from the same tree at the same time of year near a ranch in the American Southwest.
We first meet Fox sunbathing on a grassy knoll one morning, daydreaming, and without a care in the world. A dark shadow blocking the sun alerts her to a buzzard, and she races off to her foxhole to hide. But just as she ventures out again, sure the coast is clear, she is grabbed by the nape of the neck, snatched off her feet, and flies through the air. dropped down on a tree branch by Hawk
|Size: ||1.4 MB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9780979872679 (EPUB)|