Apples For Little Fox by Ekaterina TrukhanApples For Little Fox by Ekaterina Trukhan

Apples For Little Fox

IllustratorEkaterina Trukhan

Picture Books | August 29, 2017

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As Fox investigates the mystery of the missing apples, kids can follow along and solve the mystery on their own! Perfect for fans of Lucy Ladybug and Hey, Duck!

Fox loves to read mysteries—he wants to be a detective someday! He goes to the library every morning and collects delicious apples to eat on his way home. But one day, all the apples are missing! What could have happened to them? Fox is so excited to crack his first case. Follow along as he searches for clues and discovers a BIG surprise! In this charming story from newcomer Ekaterina Trukhan, her fresh illustrations draw us into the little world of Fox and his friends.

EKATERINA TRUKHAN creates cheerful illustrations. She takes her inspiration from everyday life, midcentury illustration, and the books she had when she was a child. Originally from Russia, she has lived and worked in London since her graduation from Camberwell College of Arts. Visit her on the Web at ekaterinatrukhan.com.
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Title:Apples For Little FoxFormat:Picture BooksDimensions:32 pages, 11.25 × 8.88 × 0.33 inPublished:August 29, 2017Publisher:Random House Children's BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0399555625

ISBN - 13:9780399555626

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Read from the Book

Fox loved to read. Mystery stories were his favorite books

Fox wanted to become a famous detective, just like the ones he read about.

Editorial Reviews

Fox loves to read, especially mysteries, and he also loves apples. Someday he hopes
to be a famous detective like the ones in his favorite books, but he needs a case
to solve... Ending appropriately with a woodland birthday
party and an apple pie, this cheery tale introduces the conventions of the mystery
genre to the youngest sleuths. julie roach
 
The Horn Book Nov/Dec 2017