Read The Christmas Fox Online Free - A Christmas tale for young children that celebrates the true meaning of the season
“Come!” drummed a woodpecker one cold, wintry day. “A baby is coming. There’s work to be done!”
One by one, from field and forest, the animals make their way to a barn. The cow has sweet-smelling hay to offer the baby. The bluebird has the gift of song. And a lamb has soft, cozy wool. But the shy little fox has nothing to offer . . . or so he thinks.
With its gentle text and warm, expressive illustrations, this irresistible take on the Nativity story invites even the youngest child to discover the truest gifts of the Christmas season: the ones that come from the heart.
|Title||:||The Christmas Fox|
|Number of Pages||:||32 pages|
November 30, 2016
Beautiful illustrations, cute story. I just don't like that it's winter.
April 08, 2017
When I saw the title of this book I knew I had to get it to read to my Sweetest Wife because she's the Foxlett of Loxley. I liked the drawlings of the cuddly, so-soft fox. There was even a Birdlett in the book too. We love to play Pretend.
December 06, 2016
Everyone is getting ready for the arrival of a special new baby, but the little fox avoids the preparations. Little fox feels like he doesn't have anything to offer until he learns that the simple act of coming to see the baby is enough.
This book is so sweet and beautiful. I love nativity stories...
December 14, 2017
Very sweet, good message, nice illustrations, appropriate balance of text/pictures for my toddler. Makes my husband teary.
December 05, 2017
Sooooo cute! I want to get this one for myself, considering my obsession with Christmas foxes.
October 28, 2017
December 15, 2016
Oh such a sweet little story about the baby Jesus coming and the little fox who just wanted to play. The illustrations are beautiful.
December 11, 2017
I love the message of this book. All Christ wants from us is to come to him.
August 24, 2017
Cute tale of Fox who is so distracted by winter he has no gift for Christmas for the baby in the stable, but he is welcomed anyway.
November 30, 2017
It seemed strange to have a book that is so obviously about welcoming baby Jesus not even mention Jesus' name. Cute illustrations, but didn't quite come together.