Fantastic Mr. Fox
Title : Fantastic Mr. Fox
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ISBN : 0375822070
Number of Pages : 96 pages
Category : criticism
Tags : best, vampire, title, god, best, science

Read Books Fantastic Mr. Fox Fantastic Mr Fox is on the run The three meanest farmers around are out to get him Fat Boggis, squat Bunce, and skinny Bean have joined forces, and they have Mr Fox and his family surrounded What they don t know is that they re not dealing with just any fox Mr Fox would never surrender But only the most fantastic plan ever can save him now Get A CopyKindle Store UKOnline StoresAudibleBarnes NobleKoboApple iBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoHalf.comAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Hardcover, 96 pages Published June 11th 2002 by Knopf Books for Young Readers first published 1970 More Details Original Title Fantastic Mr Fox ISBN 0375822070 ISBN13 9780375822070 Edition Language English Characters Mr Fox, Boggis, Bunce, Bean Ebony, Badger Literary Awards Zilveren Griffel 1972 , Books I Love More at http://www.thephotoroll.com/php_uploads


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  • karen
    karen

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY, GREG YOU ARE OLD greg s birthday is today, so i am floating this now to remind you that you still have time to shower him with presents it is greg s birthday and as a treat for him, i am going to create a book review in which i use plenty of pictures of foxes they are his favorite first, a sleepy fox

  • Patrick
    Patrick

    My impressions in a single word Meh I recently read this to my little boy, and I have to admit I really didn t care for it Don t get me wrong It s not a terrible book There s nothing hideously wrong with it See my review of Esio Trot, if you want to see me go off on a Dahl book I hated But there wasn t much right with it either The simple fact was Mr Fox was not, in fact, very fantastic The plot centers around some farmers that try to kill Mr Fox They try to dig him out of his ho

  • Alex
    Alex

    This book encourages stealing, underage drinking, and living in an underground bunker so you never have to face sunlight again Recommended

  • Ahmed  Ejaz
    Ahmed Ejaz

    Fantastic Mr Fox is an amazing book for children Even I, myself, loved Mr Fox He is soo clever and determined.Mr Fox steels food from three farms own by nasty owners He steels to keep his family alive But one day the owners finally decide to kill him once and for all But Mr Fox is too clever for them His optimism is amazing I love optimistic characters I didn t wanna read it Had to read it for my younger cousin s school work Now I am happy that I read it I highly recommend this bo

  • Greg
    Greg

    Mr Fox steals food nightly from one of the three disgusting and gluttonous farmers who have then they need The farmers get mad and set out to kill Mr Fox They have a hard time catching him, they destroy the earth trying to get him out of his hole, they waste many man hours by making their workers surround the woods with weapons and ultimately Mr Fox with the help of other underground animals find another way into the farms and go about their stealing in peace while the farmers sit endl

  • Afshar
    Afshar

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  • Tijana
    Tijana

    Fantasti ni gospodin Lisac je mo da najbolja po etna ta ka za upoznavanje de jih italaca s Dalom nema grozomornih detalja, nema mu nih nagove taja, a humor ipak samo pr ti, i knjiga pripovetka, u su tini oblikovana je kao avion, svrsishodno i aerodinami no I na kraju lisice nadmudre zle lovce nije da smo iznena eni.

  • Cait (Paper Fury)
    Cait (Paper Fury)

    I assume you re supposed to read these when you reeight Or ten BUT WHATEVER I read all of the Roald Dahl books when I was 14 15 and this is the only one I could never find So now I have consumed it and I feel like my life is very complete with Roald Dahlness Plus I had seen the movie years ago There is a lot in the movie than in the book I definitely saw Mr Fox as George Clooney though Just sayin.

  • Trish
    Trish

    This morning two new Roald Dahl books arrived and this one was an instant must read From a young age on I always adored stories about forest animals which is why it s even incomprehensible and outrageous that I have missed out on such a classic until now The book is very thin but the story inside is full of wit, fun and excitement

  • Stacey (prettybooks)
    Stacey (prettybooks)

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