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“The night is full of monsters,” Fox. –Fox at Night
Fox at Night
My First I Can Read Book
by Corey R. Tabor
Fox is up late in the night. There are shadows and noises everywhere. Fox is sure the night’s full of monsters! Then he meets the real creatures of the night and realizes they are not so scary after all.
Fox at Night uses illustrations to create suspense. For example, at first Fox looks at the “monsters” in the night through his binoculars, which allows him to focus on their scary features such as a bat’s wings and his pointy ears. But when he finally meets them face to face, he realizes that they are not monsters after all. Each new creature that Fox meets stays with him throughout the story. In the end, Fox and his friends do find a small, three-eyed, purple monster. In a surprising twist, the monster thinks the forest animals are the monsters and the purple monster quickly runs away.
As a My First I Can Read Book, Fox at Night is perfect to read to your little one. The story uses basic language, word repetition, and large illustrations on each page. Each page has 1 to 3 simple sentences that include dialogue and imagery.
Fox’s story is told through adorable pictures that have a hint of humor. For example, when Fox meets Skunk, Skunk is flying a kite in the middle of the night and Fox has his blanket over everything except his face. The humorous ending will have readers snuggling into bed with a smile on their faces. Young readers will fall in love with Fox and want to read about all his adventures. Readers who are ready for more silly monster fun should check out the Notebook of Doom Series by Troy Cummings.
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