Foster Fox, A 10,000 Lakes Tale

Foster Fox, A 10,000 Lakes Tale A Raging Flood Develops In The North Woods Leaving The South Bank Slightly Underwater Forcing Most Of Its Creatures To Cross Over The River To The North Bank Or Seek High Ground Newborn Fox Cub Foster Fox Has Been Separated From His Kin And Is Afraid Of The Rising Waters Sacrifices Are Made As Foster Fox Escapes One Danger On The South Bank Of The North Woods, To A Safe Zone Where His Fate Lies In The Hands Of Frightened Individuals From The Woodlands Council And The Bird And Bug Network Who Ultimately Decide, Because Of The Usurpation Of The Food Chain, To Thrust Him Off Into The North Woods Where Carnivores Like Him Dwell Foster Must Grow Up Quickly As He Is Confronted By The Ferocious Predator, Lone Gray Wolf, Who Has Chosen Him For Dinner, Which Unsettles The Emotions Of Many Animals Causing The Whole Forest To React

Nathaniel Leonard Jr was born in 1974 and raised in the city of Chicago, Illinois and is the father of 13 children A lover of animals and natural scenery, Nathaniel left Chicago searching for fulfillment and in 2000, peace and inspiration was found in the great state of Minnesota where he began his writing career.

[BOOKS] ✪ Foster Fox, A 10,000 Lakes Tale By William D. Writer –
  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Foster Fox, A 10,000 Lakes Tale
  • William D. Writer
  • English
  • 06 September 2019
  • 9781462673414

10 thoughts on “Foster Fox, A 10,000 Lakes Tale

  1. says:

    In Foster Fox, the first book of the series, a raging flood has developed in the North Woods leaving the south bank underwater and forcing the animals from that region to seek higher ground One of these animals is newborn cub, Foster Fox, who has been separated from his mother and kin Frightened Foster Fox must find his own way in these challenging circumstances andfinds his fate is in the hands of The Woodland Council and the Bird and Bug Network Deciding the fate of this Foster is not an easy one.William D Writer has created a structured community within the forest that introduces children to many forest characters such as Lone Gray Wolf, Great Blue Heron and Holy Black Bear, to name a few He has created an complex collective which works to uphold the rules of the forest and keep all members safe The safety of the community is threatened with the relocation of Foster Fox, a carnivore.Children will enjoy this book s interesting story and want to know how Foster Fox and the other animals will overcome the difficulties that face them We feel this book will entertain independent readers and challenge them to think to of how their own communities are set up to protect them and those around them.Young readers will enjoy parental guidance while reading this book because the theme of the abandoned cub might be disturbing and saddening for them.This Busy Life

  2. says:

    The book was very good Loved it My kids enjoyed it as well

  3. says:

    Intense, amusing, kids and grown ups will enjoy the story Long sentenceskeep focused on the story and the characters

  4. says:

    Nature is thrown into chaos A flood has disrupted a balance that was already tenuous, and strange alliances have been formed among the woodland creatures A small, orphaned fox is in the center of it all, one whose fate and destiny is a major issue among the denizens of the forest In the midst of their heated controversy, in jumps a lone wolf, one whose history is clouded in mystery Frenzy erupts, and sides are chosen, for everyone feels that, with the arrival of this outcast, a shift of power will be inevitable Moose sides with Wolf and Bobcat, Deer sides with Coyote, and the birds of the sky are busy spreading gossip to create hard feelings among all concerned A battle for supremacy is on the brink of starting, when suddenly a new party of animals joins the fray a strange wolf coyote mix, wild and desperately cruel In the way of all despots who truly believe they have won the day before they ve even started, the jackals as they are known inform all of the dark history of the wolf and his relationship to themselves But instead of joining the jackals against the wolf, all of the animals, to a creature, band against them to rid their woods of these horrible hybrids Even with so many against so few, the woodland natives are losing ground It isn t until the fox cub invokes the Great Spirit that the battle is finally done, and balance returns to the forest The creatures learn that they really do not want to fight against each other, and promise to live in peace all of their days.This was a great story, geared toward the middle school grades Certainly the book was a diamond in the rough The publishers state at the very beginning that they were leaving the story unedited, at the author s request There are times when the story jumps without warning to another scene, and maybe in places it isn t clear what creature is talking But, in this case, somehow it works It was written in a way that made me think of tribal stories told around a campfire one that had a moral behind the fable In reading it, I could almost feel the warmth of the fire on my face and the cold at my back The elder is speaking, telling the tale, and I can hear the flames crackling and see the sparks as they rise into the night The tale weaves its way up with the smoke, and without any effort, the moral also weaves its way into my mind as the elder s voice mesmerizes his audience Nature is a force that must be treated gently, or the imbalance will cause great chaos, not just among its creatures, but also among the humans who should be its stewards.

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