The Magic Fox

The Magic Fox

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Overview

It’s up to the Secret Rescuers to outwit Sir Fitzroy and save a baby fox in this fourth book in the adorable Secret Rescuers series.

Poppy loves spending time with a family of magic foxes, especially the little cub. Each of the foxes has three tails and can change color!

But when Sir Fitzroy traps the poor foxes using a horrible machine, Poppy to act fast! Can she stage a midnight rescue and free the magical animals?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781481476195
Publisher: Aladdin
Publication date: 11/07/2017
Series: Secret Rescuers Series , #4
Pages: 112
Sales rank: 252,577
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.40(d)
Lexile: 600L (what's this?)
Age Range: 7 - 10 Years

About the Author

Paula Harrison began inventing stories and writing them down as a child, including one about a magical land inhabited by talking bookworms. She lives with her husband and two children in England.

Sophy Williams is the illustrator of the Secret Rescuers series. Visit her online at SophyWilliamsIllustrator.com.

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The Magic Fox


  • Poppy’s Candles

    Poppy skipped along the cobbled street carrying a large wicker basket. Her red hair was tied into two bunches that bounced on her shoulders with every skip. She was wearing a long yellow dress and a gray cloak that was tied tightly under her chin. The little town of Penlee was high up in the hills and the wind could be cold even in the summertime.

    “Morning, Poppy!” Mr. Lott called from the bakery. “Have you sold many candles today?”

    “Yes!” Poppy paused by the open doorway and breathed in the lovely smell of freshly baked bread. “I’ve completely sold out of Red Flamers. Lots of people have bought Blue Whispers too.” She pulled back the green cloth that was covering her basket and showed him the rows of brightly colored candles inside. “Would you like anything?”

    “One Golden Sparkle, please.” Mr. Lott handed her a silver coin and a piece of cherry cake in a paper bag. “Here, take this! You must be hungry after all that walking.”

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