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No Fair Ferret by Tracy White

No Fair Ferret

by Tracy White

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No Fair Ferret is a children's book about a ferret named Cecil who can't stop taking things that don't belong to him. This behavior doesn't go over well with the other neighborhood animals. Because ferrets are pick-pocketers by nature, he doesn't even realize that he is being naughty. Eventually, Cecil learns to change his ways after meeting a lovable new friend. Once again, in her classic writing style, Tracy White charms us with this endearing story about a little ferret who learns a big lesson. The llustrations, by Valerie Lackey Stone, are engaging and hilarious! Bonus materials include a fun `animal seek' activity as well as a non-fiction page about endangered black-footed ferrets.

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