By: Edgar Parin d'Aulaire, Ingri d'Aulaire
Published by: Doubleday & Company, Inc
Publication Date: 1949
List: Junior Literary Guild

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Foxie, the engaging heroine of the d'Aulaire's first dog story, has a head like a fox and a tail that curls like a cinnamon bun.

Her story is the result of two enthusiasms of the d'Aulaire family—a love of animals, particularly mutts, and a famous dog story of Chekhov's, Kashtanka. Due to this unusual and fortuitous combination, they have created and original and diverting picture book which begins with a gay recap of the story told in comic book technique in . . .

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