Monday, November 29, 2010

Children's Book Review: Adventures of Rusty & Ginger Fox

Book Description (from

When two young foxes set out to explore the forest, they encounter all kinds of creatures. Some of them are friendly, while others would like nothing more than to eat the two young explorers! Rusty and Ginger may be able to outfox bears, bobcats, cougars, and wolves, but can they unlock the mysterious box that awaits them on Treasure Island? And will the little girls they meet there turn out to be friends or foes?

Join Rusty and Ginger as they travel through the woods. Author Tim Ostermeyer's beautiful wildlife photography provides a fox's-eye view of the forest. With a charming story to guide the way, and a fact page of wildlife information for every animal introduced in the book, readers can explore nature alongside Rusty and Ginger.

My Review:

This book is simply delightful! My son was so excited to see it on the table when he came home from school. He's six and just entering that awesome stage where he wants to know about everything! We both loved the beautifully done photographs and he enjoyed the story. I loved how engrossed he was when he was sitting on our couch flipping through the pages.

I saw his little imagination crank into overdrive and his brain start churning up more questions about the wilderness and the animals in the pictures. We had a very good time reading this book and I do think it would be the perfect book for any little person that is curious about animals like foxes, or just animals in general!

I have to say that I also learned a little bit from this book too. There are tons of interesting facts about the varieties of animals photographed. I have to say though that for me the best part about this book are the pictures. They are stunning and gorgeous!

**this book was provided by Phenix & Phenix for honest review.

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