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Fox & Rabbit Make Believe

Fox & Rabbit Book #2

Beth Ferry Gergely Dudas

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Amulet
26 August 2021
Series: Fox & Rabbit
Fox and Rabbit are very best buddies. They do everything together. Good things like getting ice cream and not-so-good things like getting bad haircuts. But when they meet a new friend, Owl, Fox isn't so sure if there's enough friendship to go around.

Soon enough, Fox learns that it's easy to be friends with Rabbit and Owl. They have lots of fun exploring the depths of Owl's BIG imagination. Together, Fox and Rabbit and Owl sail the high seas, get swallowed by a whale, defeat evil woodchucks, and more-all from the comfort of the playground.

Featuring the same funny text and fresh art as Book 1, the second book in the Fox & Rabbit series will delight old fans and seamlessly welcome new ones!
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Illustrated by:   Gergely Dudas
Imprint:   Amulet
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 194mm,  Width: 133mm,  Spine: 12mm
ISBN:   9781419749728
ISBN 10:   1419749722
Series:   Fox & Rabbit
Pages:   112
Publication Date:  
Recommended Age:   From 6 to 9 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  Children / Juvenile
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Beth Ferry is the author of many books for young readers, including Caveboy Crush, The Scarecrow, and the New York Times-bestselling Stick and Stone. She lives in New Jersey with her family. Gergely Dudas is a self-taught illustrator best known for his seek-and-find-style web comics. You can find his work on Instagram at @thedudolf. He lives in Budapest.

Reviews for Fox & Rabbit Make Believe (Fox & Rabbit Book #2)

Confectionary days of ice cream and playgrounds, coupled with cooperation and respectful communication, make this an easy recommendation for young readers. -- School Library Journal The stories lightly touch on worries such as being embarrassed or feeling left out, but all the characters are innately sympathetic and kind to one another, making for a comforting graphic novel for younger readers. -- Horn Book Magazine


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