Haunt Fox

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Holiday House, 1954 - Juvenile Fiction - 220 pages
6 Reviews
Star, the "haunt fox," who has always managed to give hunters the slip and thus become almost legendary, is hunted for a summer and a winter by young Jack and his dog Thunder and by the moody trapper Dade Matson, to remain in the end, uncaught.

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User Review  - J. Aleksandr Wootton - Goodreads

I read and enjoyed most of Kjelgaard's dog/hunter/tracker stories as a kid, but only kept three. Haunt Fox made the cut because it's told almost entirely from the fox's perspective. A great animal-adventure story. Read full review

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User Review  - Linda - Goodreads

One of my favorite Jim Kjelgaard books, mixing the world of the wild with the world of men in equal doses and importance. Dade is an unlovely but realistic character, who lives off the land but ... Read full review

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TABLE OF CONTENTS i The Raider
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Failure
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The Crust
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