Red Fox at Hickory Lane

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Soundprints, Mar 1, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Behind the blue house on Hickory Lane, the summer sun has just slipped out of sight. Darting from shadow to shadow, a red fox makes his way back to his mate, and his four small kits. The kits pounce on grasshoppers and chase feathers to practice their hunting skills. But in times of danger, they still rely on their parents' protection. When a fierce coyote attacks the fox family, it will take all Father Fox's strength and all of Mother Fox's cunning to save their young kits.

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Kathleen M. Hollenbeck is an author and educational consultant. Penguin's Family is her fifth book with Soundprints, Kathleen has also written numerous teacher resource books for Scholastic, Inc. Kathleen lives in Coventry, Rhode Island, with her husband, Alan, and their three children, Alexandra, Kyle, and Kelsie.

Wendy Smith is a highly experienced teacher of commerce subjects at all levels of secondary education. She has been heavily involved in curriculum development in commerce education as a writer and consultant for government and other agencies. Wendy is a contributor to the Victorian Commercial Teachers Association's publications and professional development programme. She is a regular speaker at teacher conferences and lectures.

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