Fox Tale ePub download
by Yossi Abolafia
- ISBN: 0440406676
- ISBN13: 978-0440406679
- ePub: 1601 kb | FB2: 1913 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Animals
- Publisher: Yearling (May 1, 1992)
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 250
- Format: mobi txt azw doc
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Abolafia's humorously ingenuous animal characters and pastoral backgrounds, more than a little reminiscent of Steig's, are the perfect complement to his comically eventful story. A trickster gets his well-deserved, cleverly devised comeuppance: When Bear gives Fox honey in exchange for Fox's tail, it's the last of several unfair deals. Egged on by Fox's previous victims, Bear assiduously tends his fine new tailespecially while the still-attached Fox is trying to sleepuntil Fox makes full restitution, and more.
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Abulafia, Yossi 1944-(Yossi Abolafia) PersonalSurname sometimes transliterated "Abolafia"; born Joseph David Abulafia, June 4, 1944, in Tiberias, Israel; son of Jacob (a shopkeeper) and Aliza (a homemaker) Abulafia; married Irit Eliav (a lawyer), July 10, 1972; children: Michal, Tal, Itamar. Education: Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design (Jerusalem), graduated, 1965. In Fox Tale, Abulafia once again draws upon a combination of narrative and illustration to tell his story.