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The Fox and the Fawn by Daniel Derasaugh
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The Fox and the Fawn

by Daniel Derasaugh

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A stranger safety story. One foggy night, a little fawn wanders away from his mother and the safety of a quiet meadow in the middle of a thick, dark forest. From the shadows of the underbrush, a stranger approaches the lonely young deer, and with a seemingly gentle demeanor, lures the youngster into the woods with the promise of the most delicious strawberries in the forest. It is not long before the fawn begins to feel something is wrong, and in the depths of a gloomy gully, he is proven correct! What follows is a thrilling, yet vital lesson in survival. Daniel Derasaugh presents an exciting and powerful story that is beautifully illustrated by Alicia Templin. Together they create a concrete example that any parent or teacher can use to explain to their children not only that they should never go with strangers, but also why.

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