Fox and Squirrel come together to make the best Christmas ever!
Fox and Squirrel are getting ready for the festive season, but they can’t seem to agree on how to celebrate. It’s only when things fall apart that they realize what really matters at Christmas time: spending the time together.
This gentle companion book to Fox and Squirrel and Fox and Squirrel Make a Friend continues the adventures of two lovable, but very different friends. With spare text and her expressive watercolour illustrations, Ruth Ohi delivers a heartwarming tale about the importance of friendship, and the secure feeling that it can bring.
About the author
Ruth Ohi a illustré plus de 50 livres pour enfants et est l'auteure de certains d'entre eux. Ses livres, traduits en plusieurs langues, se vendent à travers le monde et ont figuré sur la liste de plusieurs prix littéraires prestigieux. Elle vit avec sa famille à Toronto.
RUTH OHI has illustrated more than fifty children’s books — several of which she has also written, including Fox and Squirrel, Fox and Squirrel Make a Friend, Shh! My Brother’s Napping, and Scribble. Her books have been nominated for many prestigious awards, including the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award, Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Award, Mr. Christie’s Award, Chocolate Lily, Shining Willow, Blue Spruce and the Governor General’s Award. She lives with her family, and many backyard squirrels, in Toronto, Ontario. Visit her online at www.RuthOhi.com.
Praise for Fox and Squirrel:
Nominee, Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award
“Ruth Ohi has created a supremely delightful and animated dialogue starring two unique and very different friends, a story that is effortlessly fun and profound at once” —Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award Jury
“The slightly deadpan tone, simple sentence structure, and choice of vocabulary all add to the book’s read-aloud appeal . . . [a] lovely, gentle story of an unlikely friendship.” —Quill & Quire
“With its colourful, humorous illustrations and warm, simple prose, Ruth Ohi’s Fox and Squirrel is a charming picture book that gently delivers an important message.” —CM: Canadian Review of Materials