Two foxes are dismayed to see a new family with young children move into a long vacant house. Their habitat borders the house’s yards, and until now, they were free to roam the property looking for food. Now the foxes are afraid for their safety but they soon learn the new family means them no harm. It is just the opposite in fact, as the people are kind to them. A tragedy strikes the foxes one night, and they learn just how kind the people really are to them. But will it take more than human kindness to save the wild animals? This book is based on a true story and is beautifully illustrated with colorful images which children will enjoy.Über den Autor:
Geraldine Litz is a retired elementary teacher. She is an award winning author and has published historical nonfiction articles in regional and national magazines. She lives in Georgia with her husband and family. She would love to hear from you at GeraldineWLitz@gmail.com. You can also Like her on Facebook at GeraldineWLitz.
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