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4u2read - Fox Friend: (New Fourth edition)

Paperback

A brand new 4u2read edition of the moving story of a girl who tries to nurse an injured fox cub back to health, now with cover artwork by the award-winning Catherine Rayner.

Clare has lived her whole life on a farm, but she's never seen a fox – until she finds a tiny, injured cub who's lost his mum. Clare cares for him herself, but has to keep him hidden from her father who thinks foxes are vermin – pests that should be shot. Can she keep the cub safe?

Beautifully crafted story from the former Children's Laureate and best-selling author, now in a lower-reading age edition with stunning cover artwork from Catherine Rayner.

RRP: £7.99 Out of stock

ISBN

978-1-78112-774-2

Interest age

9+

Reading age

7

Publication Date

05-11-2018

Format

Paperback

Pages

64 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Author

Michael Morpurgo, Illustrated by Joanna Carey, Cover design by Catherine Rayner

Michael Morpurgo OBE is one of the UK’s best-loved authors for children and young people. He was the third UK Children’s Laureate and he has won the Children’s Book Award, the Nestle Children’s Book Prize and the Blue Peter Book of the Year Award. There have been many stage and screen adaptations of his books, including a major film and award-winning stage play based on War Horse. Michael also set up the charity Farms for City Children with his wife Clare.||Catherine Rayner lives in Edinburgh with her husband and son, Shannon the horse, Ena the grey cat and a goldfish called Richard. Her first book, Augustus and His Smile, was inspired by creatures of a wilder kind – the tigers at Edinburgh Zoo. Catherine’s second book, Harris Finds His Feet, won the Kate Greenaway Medal and she has been shortlisted a further four times for this prestigious prize.

Product Description

A brand new 4u2read edition of the moving story of a girl who tries to nurse an injured fox cub back to health, now with cover artwork by the award-winning Catherine Rayner.

Clare has lived her whole life on a farm, but she's never seen a fox – until she finds a tiny, injured cub who's lost his mum. Clare cares for him herself, but has to keep him hidden from her father who thinks foxes are vermin – pests that should be shot. Can she keep the cub safe?

Beautifully crafted story from the former Children's Laureate and best-selling author, now in a lower-reading age edition with stunning cover artwork from Catherine Rayner.

ISBN

978-1-78112-774-2

Interest age

9+

Reading age

7

Publication Date

05-11-2018

Format

Paperback

Pages

64 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

A brand new 4u2read edition of the moving story of a girl who tries to nurse an injured fox cub back to health, now with cover artwork by the award-winning Catherine Rayner.

Clare has lived her whole life on a farm, but she's never seen a fox – until she finds a tiny, injured cub who's lost his mum. Clare cares for him herself, but has to keep him hidden from her father who thinks foxes are vermin – pests that should be shot. Can she keep the cub safe?

Beautifully crafted story from the former Children's Laureate and best-selling author, now in a lower-reading age edition with stunning cover artwork from Catherine Rayner.

Author

Michael Morpurgo, Illustrated by Joanna Carey, Cover design by Catherine Rayner

Michael Morpurgo OBE is one of the UK’s best-loved authors for children and young people. He was the third UK Children’s Laureate and he has won the Children’s Book Award, the Nestle Children’s Book Prize and the Blue Peter Book of the Year Award. There have been many stage and screen adaptations of his books, including a major film and award-winning stage play based on War Horse. Michael also set up the charity Farms for City Children with his wife Clare.||Catherine Rayner lives in Edinburgh with her husband and son, Shannon the horse, Ena the grey cat and a goldfish called Richard. Her first book, Augustus and His Smile, was inspired by creatures of a wilder kind – the tigers at Edinburgh Zoo. Catherine’s second book, Harris Finds His Feet, won the Kate Greenaway Medal and she has been shortlisted a further four times for this prestigious prize.