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13 of the best book quotes about a fox
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“And Hattie said, ‘Goodness gracious me! I can see a nose, two eyes, two ears, a body, four legs, and a tail in the bushes! It’s a fox! It is a fox!’ And she flew very quickly into a nearby tree.”
Men Fox
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Hattie And The Fox
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goodness
a fox
gracious me
a tail
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“Suddenly Percy hears a knock again. “Oh dear! Now there is someone else at the door!”. He goes to the door and looks out. It’s a fox. “It’s too cold outside. May I come in?” Percy replies: “well if you promise to behave.”- “I promise” says the fox and so it can come in and it goes into Percy’s bed. It’s warm now.”
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“Poor Foxie! With her “head like a fox and her tail like a cinnamon roll” she is adorable enough to charm anyone.”
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“Rosie the hen leaves the chicken coop and sets out for a little walk. Right behind her is the fox, slyly trying to catch up with her. Rosie’s walk is quiet,...”
Rosie
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″... around the pond...over the haystack..”
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″.... under the beehives.... ”
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After Tod compassionately buries a dead fox, a fox-spirit offers him the chance to become a fox himself. Will Tod choose his complex, human life or the simple, wild life of a fox?
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“Alas! Oh, Chanticleer, alas! I have done you a bad turn. I frightened you when I grabbed you and took you out of the yard. But, Sir, I did it without evil intention.”
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“Never again shall you with your flattery get me to sing with my eyes closed. For he who closes his eyes when he should watch, God let him never prosper.”
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“Sir, if I were you, so help me God, I would say, ‘turn back ye proud peasants! I have reached the edge of the wood now; the rooster shall stay here. In spite of you I will eat him in faith, and not be long about it.’ ”
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“No...but God bring misfortune to him who is so careless about his self-control as to prattle when he should hold his peace”
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“Except for you I have never heard anyone who could sing as your father did in the morning. In order to make his voice stronger, he would close both his eyes. And he would stand on his tiptoes and stretch forth his long slender neck.”
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″ ‘See’, said the widow as the fox slunk into the grove, ‘that is the result of trusting in flattery.’ ”

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