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Fox on Wheels

Edward Marshall - Juvenile Fiction - 1983 - 48 pages
Fox babysits for his sister Louise, learns to climb a tree for some grapes, and wins a shopping cart race.
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Fox outfoxed

James Marshall - Juvenile Fiction - 1992 - 48 pages
Fox competes in a big race, gives away his comic books, and goes trick-or-treating on Halloween with his friends.
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Fox Be Nimble

James Marshall - Juvenile Fiction - 1994 - 48 pages
Fox babysits for the miserable Ling children, makes a big scene when he slips on a skate and hurts himself, and gets to lead the band in the big parade.
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Fox at School

Edward Marshall - Juvenile Fiction - 1993 - 48 pages
Starring in the school play means hard work, and being left in charge means keeping the class under control. Fox thinks there's nothing to it. And, when he's put to the test ...
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George and Martha Back in Town

James Marshall - Juvenile Fiction - 1984 - 46 pages
Though their friendship is often tested, George and Martha survive with a sense of humor.
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Taking Care of Carruthers

James Marshall - Juvenile Fiction - 2000 - 123 pages
When Carruthers is miserable with a cold, Eugene and Emily cheer him up with a story about a wonderful adventure shared by three friends one summer afternoon on the river. Reprint.
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The Guest

James Marshall - Juvenile Fiction - 2001 - 38 pages
Mona the moose welcomes a snail as her houseguest and his sudden
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George and Martha

James Marshall - Juvenile Fiction - 1974 - 46 pages
Short stories depict the experiences of two hippopotamuses who find that friendship has its own problems and rewards.
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Willis

James Marshall - Juvenile Fiction - 2001 - 46 pages
Snake, Bird, and Lobster use their imagination to earn twenty-nine cents to buy sunglasses for their friend Willis.
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