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When Fox dies, the rest of his family are distraught. How will Mole, Otter and Hare go on without their beloved friend? But months later, Squirrel reminds them all of how funny Fox used to be, and they all realize that Fox is still there in their hearts and memories
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"Moving to the point where younger children may be upset, but explains death gently. 10/10"
Daily Mirror||"A delicate subject touchingly and sensitively handled. You'll need a hanky"
Primary Times||"Many small children will be faced with the death of someone they love and this charming picture story might help them to come to terms with it"
Northern Echo||"It is an enjoyable tale and I think young children will like it and might gain some insight into grief and how to cope with it"
A beautiful and tender story about bereavement.
'A moving story of loss which is perfect as a first introduction to the concept of death' My Books Mag
'Gliori's illustrations are magic. Full of light and shimmering with colour, they reproduce all the beauty of Durant's script'
Books for Keeps
'Have a clean handkerchief ready for this beautifully judged story about the death of Fox'