Little Fox in the ForestA young girl is drawn into a magical world of animals when she chases the fox that steals her stuffed animal. When a little girl stops to play at a park and leaves her stuffed animal in her backpack, a real fox snatches it away! She chases after the fox, running into the forest with her friend. Artist Stephanie Graegin tells this story in wordless panels, much like a graphic novel.
by Stephanie Graegin
Schwartz & Wade / Random House, 2017
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If you want a little extra fun for your day, I especially enjoyed reading the interview "Little Fox Speaks Out" over at The Children's Book Review. Here's a snippet to tempt you:
The Children’s Book Review: What gets you out of bed in the morning?For those of you with a more serious side, definitely read the in-depth interview Stephanie Graegin had in 2014 with Jules over at Seven Impossible Things. You'll read all about Stephanie's journey through art school and her path to publication.
Little Fox: Exploring the forest, you never know what you will find!
The Children’s Book Review: I see you have a bag with you. Will you tell us what you keep inside of it?
Little Fox: Crayons, a sketchbook, and my pumpkin seed snacks. Everything I need to go on my journeys.
Illustration © Stephanie Graegin, shared with permission from the publisher. The review copy was kindly sent by the publishers, Schwartz & Wade / Random House. If you make a purchase using the Amazon links on this site, a small portion goes to Great Kid Books. Thank you for your support.
©2017 Mary Ann Scheuer, Great Kid Books