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ISBN:0803726686
Author: James Marshall,Edward Marshall
ISBN13: 978-0803726680
Title: Fox and His Friends (Easy-to-Read, Puffin)
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Language: English
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Publisher: Puffin (January 1, 1982)
Pages: 48

Fox and His Friends (Easy-to-Read, Puffin) by James Marshall,Edward Marshall



Fox and His Friends book. Though the quality of stories in this series is uneven, some of them are superb. Like most other beginning-to-read series, Puff Using their cache of already published easy-to-read books, Puffin launched their Easy-to-Read program.

Book by Marshall, James, Marshall, Edward. Age Range: 6 - 9 years. Series: Easy-to-Read, Puffin. Publisher: Puffin (January 1, 2000).

Are you sure you want to remove Fox and His Friends from your list? Fox and His Friends. Level 3 (Easy-to-Read, Puffin). Published May 1, 1994 by Puffin.

In three separate episodes Fox wants to play with his friends, but duty in one form or another interferes. The late, great James Marshall (Edward was a pseudonym) had the rare ability to tell a story using easy-to-read words, but still with genuinely surprising and humorous twists. This book's ending is a brilliant twist, which I will not spoil here. This book ranks with Marshall's best, which also include the sublime "Three By the Sea," as well as the better-known "Miss Nelson" and "George & Martha" books

Edward Marshall is a published author of children's books. Published Works by Edward Marshall. 3. Fox and His Friends Promo (Easy-to-Read, Puffin) (Mass Market Paperback) Author: Edward Marshall Illustrator: James Marshall Publisher: Puffin. 4. Fox At School Promo (Easy-to-Read, Puffin) (Mass Market Paperback) Author: Edward Marshall, James Marshall Illustrator: James Marshall Publisher: Puffin. 5. Fox Stories (Paperback) Author: Edward Marshall, James Marshall Publisher: Puffin.

Edward Marshall, James Marshall. Using their cache of already published easy-to-read books, Puffin launched their Easy-to-Read program.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Fox and His Friends (Dial Easy-to-Read Book). Publisher: New York: Dial Childrens Books. Publication Date: 1982. Certainly there is no one else working today who more successfully captures the child's point of view than does the creator of George and Martha and the Stupids. The New York Times said about the Fox books: "The miracle of Mr. Marshall's work is that so often his stories are as profound as they are simple

Find nearly any book by James Marshall (page 5). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Edward Marshall, James Marshall. ISBN 9780141308661 (978-0-14-130866-1) Softcover, Puffin, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'Fox and His Friends Promo (Easy-to-Read, Puffin)'. George and Martha Encore. ISBN 9780395175125 (978-0-395-17512-5) Hardcover, HMH Books for Young Readers, 1973.

Fox and His Friends: Level 3. by Edward Marshall · James Marshall.

In three separate episodes Fox wants to play with his friends, but duty in one form or another interferes.
Reviews: 7
Halloween
If you have a child between 3 and 8, you should buy this book. The late, great James Marshall (Edward was a pseudonym) had the rare ability to tell a story using easy-to-read words, but still with genuinely surprising and humorous twists. This book's ending is a brilliant twist, which I will not spoil here.
If you don't have a child the right age, you should buy this anyway, but you may have to think of an excuse.
This book ranks with Marshall's best, which also include the sublime "Three By the Sea," as well as the better-known "Miss Nelson" and "George & Martha" books.
A note to the publisher: You really should keep James Marshall's better books available in hardcover library editions. This guy's best works are classics, and they'll continue to sell for at least another century.
Asyasya
really fun stories for kids. granddaughter loves foxes and gets a real kick out of this series of books
Drelalak
My son was a struggling reader at the end of his kindergarten school year, so we pulled him out and began his homeschool journey. After an intense phonics unit teaching him to chunk his words instead of reading whole word and guessing 75% of the time, we began to read the Fox Series. The first book was Fox on Wheels, he loved it so much he wanted to read every book in the series. So that is what we did, I found this book Fox and His Friends challenging enough to increase his reading skills, the book also had enough of his sight words to make him a more confident reader. The vocabulary is kid friendly and I could tell he was comprehending the stories as well because he was laughing while reading it. He loves the Fox series so much, that after we exhausted the series, he reread them again and wanted to learn more about the author. We researched and learned alot about Edward Marshall, he also decided to read the Cut Ups series as well.
Yar
Pricey but good
The Apotheoses of Lacspor
We have three or four of these L3 Fox books by James Marshall and Edward Marshall. Although these are "early readers" and may be meant for older children, the stories and pictures are still entertaining for littler kids. Our three year old preschooler loves Fox and his antics and equally important, my husband and I enjoy reading these books to him, too.
Kata
I know a lot of people don't like the silliness, but I believe it was the right amount. Fox is a little bit of a rebel, who still wants to do the right thing like any eight-year-old. Plus, the little sister dynamic reminded me of my own little sister dynamic.
Hǻrley Quinn
I remember loving the "fox books" when I was younger and now my 5- and 3-year olds love them too. They're clever and cute and easy-to-read, with silliness that my kids can pick up on. Plus my 5 year-old can sound out most of the words. Definitely worth picking up.
You just can't go wrong with Marshall's books! He captures the imagination and humor of the first and second grader. He especially appeals to boys.