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The Quick Brown Fox Cub

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Red Bananas Teacher's Guide
Based on the Red Bananas series, this resource for teachers helps reinforce what students learn in their core reading program, through engaging activities that focus on reading skills. Teachers will find
- activities that highlight the book's main message and tie students' responses to reading, writing, speaking, listening, and representing
- activ
Paperback, 48 pages
Published March 1st 2006 by Crabtree Publishing Company (first published 2005)
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Dec 20, 2012 Pam_matharu rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The Quick Brown Fox Cub by Julia Donaldson.
Frisk the fox is a cub who wants to go against what his mum is telling him, so instead of resting in the day and exploring at night, Frisk wants to do the opposite. On one of his ventures around he meets a girl called Jenny who he follows to school and eventually learns to read whilst at the school. In one situation whilst waiting at the door for milk, he pulls out the newspaper from the letter box and displays his confidence in his new found reading sk
Jul 27, 2012 Mary rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Frisk is an inquisitive fox cub who just loves to explore during the day rather than sleeping. And when Frisk and his family move to town, Frisk cannot help but to explore. So off he sets on his adventures meeting a young girl called Jenny, her cat and dog and a 'shiny box' - tv! His inquisition leads him to Jenny's school where he learns to read and becomes an absolute hit on tv after getting his nose stuck in a can. Its an exciting tale especially as young readers will be able to relate to Fri ...more
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Feb 24, 2015 Whole And rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: childrens-books
Little fox accidentally becomes famous by following Jenny to school. He even learns to read the 'marks' on the board.

A fun tale in the form of a chapter book.

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Jun 16, 2013 Hwee Goh rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book is a whole new take on that sentence you learned in school that has all the letters of the alphabet in it -- "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog." The story is gripping and will pull the child into the quick brown fox cub's adventures. Lucy Richards' illustrations are also something else, they are detailed and beautiful and another factor drawing the child in to read the story. A must-read for children 6-9!
Oct 09, 2012 Suvi rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: vinkattavat, kakkoset
Aikuiseen makuun jokseenkin tylsä ja sekavahko kertomus ketusta, joka muuttaa maalta kaupunkiin ja ihmettelee sen outoja asioita.

Toimii parhaiten kettuja rakastavien lapsien keskuudessa. Vinkkaus.
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Growing up
I grew up in a tall Victorian London house with my parents, grandmother, aunt, uncle, younger sister Mary and cat Geoffrey (who was really a prince in disguise. Mary and I would argue about which of us would marry him).

Mary and I were always creating imaginary characters and mimicking real ones, and I used to write shows and choreograph ballets for us. A wind-up gramophone wafted out Cho
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