Published by Schwartz & Wade Books
Summary: A little girl takes her favorite stuffed fox to school for show-and-tell in this wordless picture book. After school, she goes to the playground, her fox sticking out of her backpack. As she’s swinging, a real fox comes along, takes her stuffed one, and heads off into the forest. She runs after the fox; her friend sees her go and follows her The two combine forces, and eventually discover a woodland world populated by many different animals. After a long, convoluted search, they find the fox, who really just wants a stuffed fox to love. The girl and the fox make a trade, and there is a happy ending for everyone. 40 pages; ages 4-8.
Pros: A seemingly simple tale opens up a whole new world in this beautifully detailed wordless book. Kids will find the animals’ community enchanting, and will discover something new with each repeated reading.
Cons: Plan on spending a long time with this book.
3 thoughts on “Little Fox in the Forest by Stephanie Graegin”
This looks so sweet.