Freddy Fox

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Not to be confused with Fred Fox, Frederick Fox, Frederic Fox, Freddie Fox, or Freddie Foxxx

Freddy Fox (ISBN 0-9754701-0-8) is a hardcover picture book written and illustrated by Ronald J. Meyer. It tells the story of a young fox and his family, following the daily activities of the fox kit, Freddy. Freddy Fox teaches the reader about red foxes, including that they are born shades of gray, how their den is built, what they eat, and family size. Then through a simple segue, Freddy's red fox mother teaches the young fox about other animals and traits attributed to them. By learning his lessons, Freddy will grow up to be a wise fox. All of the lessons, such as the bear eats a balanced diet or the raccoon washes his hands before eating, can easily be translated into lessons for young children.

The book was first published in 2004. It won the Silver Mom's Choice Award in the "Animal Kingdom" category in 2008.[1]

The author is a wildlife photographer, and he used his wildlife photographs to illustrate the book.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mom's Choice Awards 2008 Archived February 25, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.

Sources[edit]

  • The Detroit News, March 9, 2005
  • The Woodard, Talk, February 24, 2005
  • The Oakland Press, February 27, 2005
  • Birmingham-Bloomfield Eagle, March 2, 2005
  • Daily Tribune, March 7, 2005
  • The Montmorency County Tribune, June 22, 2005
  • The Record & Clarion, June 29, 2005
  • The Alpena News, July 15, 2005 & February 10, 2009
  • The Crawford County Avalanche, July 21, 2005
  • Alcona County Review, August 31, 2005
  • Detroit Free Press, January 26, 2006 & April 13, 2006 & April 16, 2006
  • The Mirror Newspapers, January 26, 2006
  • The St. Ignace News, August 31, 2006
  • The Ann Arbor News, May 2007
  • Detroit Chapter of Safari Club International, February 2008