Fox and Crow Are Not Friends (Step into Reading)

Fox and Crow Are Not Friends (Step into Reading)

Melissa Wiley

Language: English

Pages: 48

ISBN: 0375869824

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Fox and Crow can agree on two things: their love of cheese and loathing of each other. These cagey animals will do whatever they can to outwit their sworn enemy and claim sole possession of the prized cheese they keep finding. But they are too caught up in their plotting and planning to realize they've picked the wrong house to steal from—since the mother of the house is one fed up Mama Bear who knows exactly how to contend with freeloaders.

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PZ7.W64814Fox 2012 [E]—dc23 2011043350 Random House Children’s Books supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. v3.1 For Kelly and Sean, who are good friends most of the time —M.W. To Graham —S.B. Title Page Copyright Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Fox and Crow did not like each other one bit. You might have heard about their very first fight. It started over a piece of cheese. Crow found it first. She flew to a tree to eat it. Fox spotted the big hunk

PZ7.W64814Fox 2012 [E]—dc23 2011043350 Random House Children’s Books supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. v3.1 For Kelly and Sean, who are good friends most of the time —M.W. To Graham —S.B. Title Page Copyright Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Fox and Crow did not like each other one bit. You might have heard about their very first fight. It started over a piece of cheese. Crow found it first. She flew to a tree to eat it. Fox spotted the big hunk

right over her head. It ran all over her feathers. Crow flew past Fox’s den. The good smell flew with her. Fox sniffed. The smell made his mouth water. Fox came out of his den. Crow flew from tree to tree, leading him along. Fox did not see her. He was following the good smell. Crow led Fox to the cheese and the hidden loop of string. When Fox saw cheese instead of stew, he was surprised.. But Fox liked cheese even better than he liked stew. He could not wait to gobble it up.

like flying up in the air. He did not like losing. He did not like Crow He plotted a way to get even with her. For his plan, he needed three things— a scarecrow, a piece of cheese, and a birdcage. Step one was easy. There was a scarecrow in the cornfield. Step two was a little harder. He did not know where Crow kept finding all that cheese! He looked in burrows and nests and dens. Finally he found a nice piece of cheese in a little cabin. Fox found some wood and built a

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