A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this book.
Explores the tradition of making Valentine's Day cards.
Valentine's Day isn't about what you love -- it's about whom you love.
Positive Role Models
Emily is upbeat and imaginative. Foxy is helpful, even though he makes mistakes. The two have a sweet, loving relationship.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Foxy in Love is the sequel to Foxy, which introduced a little girl named Emily and her helpful fox friend who can make things appear with his magical tail. In this book, Emily learns that Valentine's Day isn't about what you love but whom you love. And Foxy, as in the first book, makes lots of funny mistakes as he conjures up things for Emily to draw.
Is It Any Good?
Kids will love the funny back-and-forth in FOXY IN LOVE, as Foxy keeps making mistakes with his magic tail. The art is bright, bold, and funny, and little kids will enjoy feeling smarter than Foxy -- and also quicker than Emily, who keeps missing that Foxy wants her to name him as what she loves best.
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