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The Rabbit, the Fox, and the Wolf by Sara
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The Rabbit, the Fox, and the Wolf

by Sara

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This is a picture book that allows you to determine what is going on with the story. There is a rabbit in the woods that a fox chases. Along comes a wolf who you initially think will also chase the rabbit. However, the wolf saves the rabbit from the fox. In the end, the rabbit and the wolf become friends. ( )
  lakertraw | Feb 10, 2012 |
age app: primary

genre: fantasy

Review: This is an ok example of fantasy. There's not much to the storyline. After a wolf saves a rabbit from a fox, they become friends. ( )
  justine.marxer | Apr 9, 2010 |
Genre: folktale

This book was originally a French story. This can make it a folktale. It is a good example, because the pictures allow the reader to fill in their own words. This story has been around for long time and has taught each generation.

Age Appropriate: primary

Rubric: 25
  katie.harrel | Apr 6, 2010 |
Age appropriateness: Early to middle elementary
Review: This book is an example of realistic fiction. It does not have any words, so it is up to the reader to determine the plot. The situation (fox chasing a rabbit, then being chased by a wolf) is something that would happen in real life, but this is just a depiction of what happens in life, not a specific situation. The reader is able to put themselves in the shoes of the rabbit, fox and wolf to see how quickly things can change.
Media: paper collage ( )
  AshMalee87 | Nov 24, 2008 |
Age appropriatness: primary to intermediate
This book is a good example of a picture book. There are no words at all in this book. The media is collage. ( )
  mmandecka | Nov 21, 2008 |
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After a rabbit, chased by a fox, is saved by a wolf, the rabbit and the wolf become friends.

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