The Fox and the Tiger

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Man, Li
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2018
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Here is the classic Chinese story of the clever fox who talks the tiger into believing that he, the fox, is the ruler of the forest. To prove it, he asks the tiger to walk behind him as he moves through the forest. All the animals, seeing the tiger right behind him, flee before the fox. The tiger goes away after different prey, and the fox "chuckled" and "amled off to enjoy another day." Perhaps the best two illustrations depict the tiger's fantasy of the ruler fox and the tiger's tail as he slinks off-page after the fox proves his power. This is a pleasant one-fable landscape-formatted book.
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Cardinal Media: Phoenix Juvenile and Children's Publishing
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