Brownie Groundhog and the February fox

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Brownie the groundhog encounters a fox while waiting for winter to be over, and through clever maneuvering--and tasty snacks--the two become friends.

Statementby Susan Blackaby ; illustrated by Carmen Segovia.
GenreFiction
ContributionsSegovia, Carmen, ill.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.B5318 Br 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23533723M
ISBN 139781402743368
LC Control Number2009021559
OCLC/WorldCa398503125

Groundhog day and the groundhog sees her shadow. She has to wait. Usually a fox is the trickster and does the tricking and in this book there is a fox who is outwitted by a groundhog. The fox is hungry and want to eat the groundhog and they end up being friends with each other/5(72).

out of 5 stars This is an adorable modern fairy tale about Brownie the Groundhog and a shifty old fox Reviewed in the United States on Ap Brownie was snuggled under the covers of her bed, but it was February second and like all good groundhogs, it was time to Reviews: In Brownie the Groundhog and the February Fox, Brownie is the groundhog in question, who sadly discovers that Brownie Groundhog and the February fox book can indeed see her shadow.

Spring is another six weeks away. Undaunted, this groundhog breaks from the mold and strikes out on her own to explore the winter landscape in search of any budding signs of spring/5(6). out of 5 stars This is an adorable modern fairy tale about Brownie the Groundhog and a shifty old fox Reviewed in the United States on Ap Brownie was snuggled under the covers of her bed, but it was February second and like all good groundhogs, it was /5.

Happy Groundhog Day. But when Brownie steps outside, there's not even the slightest sign of spring&#;just her shadow, a frosty field, and a hungry fox who wants to munch her for lunch. Determined not to become a meal, Brownie finds a clever and tasty way to melt the ice and turn Author: Susan Blackaby.

Brownie groundhog and the February fox | Louisville Public The Library is now open limited hours for in-person services and Curbside Holds Pick-Up.

Read more about current services, find out about our hours of operation or Curbside Holds Pick-Up and Book Returns. A friendship is hard-won as a groundhog moves from prey to precious in the eyes of a hungry fox.

Having come out into the open to check his shadow, Brownie is pounced upon by a novice predator who is easily talked out of and tricked out of a meal. When Brownie Groundhog leaves friends Bunny and the fox for her winter’s nap, the fox feels cold, sad, and bored. On impulse, he decides to borrow Brownie’s scarf (disturbing her more than once) and gets an idea that grows into a surprise.

Children will enjoy Bunny’s translations of Brownie’s sleepy remarks (Beaky white, yam slippy!5/5(9). Tuesday, February 1, Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox Tomorrow is Groundhog Day.

The day everyone waits to hear what kind of weather we can expect for the next six weeks. According to legend, if the groundhog peeks out of its hole and sees its shadow, there will be six more weeks of winter.

I am anxious to share my Groundhog Day.

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Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox. Susan Blackaby. Illustrated by Carmen Segovia For ages 5 to 7. Sterling,It is the second of February, and Brownie the groundhog has come out of her burrow to see if she can see her shadow or not.

As she stands on the snow, she looks down, and there, “stretched across the. Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox, by Susan Blackaby and Carmen Segovia Brownie the Groundhog was not excited to see her shadow on the second day of February. More bad luck arrived when a fox tried to eat Brownie for breakfast.

But Brownie convinced the fox he was too late for breakfast and too early for lunch. Children's Book Review: Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox by Susan Blackaby, illus.

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by Carmen Segovia, Sterling, $ (32p) ISBN Flap copy explains that Blackaby (Nest. In Brownie the Groundhog and the February Fox, Brownie is the groundhog in question, who sadly discovers that she can indeed see her shadow.

Spring is another six weeks away. Undaunted, this groundhog breaks from the mold and strikes out on her own to explore the winter landscape in search of any budding signs of spring.5/5(6). With "Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox," Portland author Susan Blackaby shows that waiting can be fun.

Moments into her day, Brownie is approached by a fox that is certain Brownie is a sign. Janu By Deirdre I found this wonderful book about a groundhog that encounters a fox when he wakes up to see his shadow called Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox.

The fox is excited to find lunch while out on a walk. The groundhog invites him to spend time wandering the woods and have a. Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox – Written by Susan Blackaby – Illustrated by Carmen Segovia – Sterling Children’s Books – On sale January – ISBN – $ – Ages 3 and up What I Thought: The tale of Brownie Groundhog and Fox is n: Jan, Brownie the groundhog encounters a fox while waiting for winter to be over, and through clever maneuvering--and tasty snacks--the two become friends.

Brownie Groundhog and the Wintry Surprise by Susan Blackaby, illustrated by Carmen Segovia – I really appreciate Susan Blackaby’s books. It has been a while since I was able to read one.

This is the sequel to another book called Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox/5. Happy Groundhog Day. But when Brownie steps outside, there's not even the slightest sign of spring—just her shadow, a frosty field, and a hungry fox who wants to munch her for lunch.

Determined not to become a meal, Brownie finds a clever and tasty way to melt the ice and turn Fox into a friend and make the wait for winter's end a little. Double Duty - grandma's bookshelf - Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox and grandma's cookbook - Breakfast at Grandma's.

Don't you just love it when your grandchild spends the night at your house. Whenever Josiah spends the night I always ask him what he would like for breakfast his answer is always, "scrambled eggs and pancakes!".

Get this from a library. Brownie Groundhog and the February fox. [Susan Blackaby; Carmen Segovia] -- Brownie the groundhog encounters a fox while waiting for winter to be over, and through clever maneuvering--and tasty snacks--the two become friends.

In this sequel to Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox (), the two pals meet a new friend, Bunny, and together, the three animals enjoy a winter celebration. Brownie Groundhog just wants a long winter’s nap after a December picnic with her friends the fox and Bunny.

The fox is bereft at the loss of Brownie’s companionship, so he visits her tree-trunk home to borrow her red scarf. Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox by Susan Blackaby — When Brownie Groundhog comes out of her hole, spring is nowhere to be found. What she does find is a fox who would love to make her into a meal.

Clever Brownie has to distract the fox, and in the process, they become friends. Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox by Susan Blackaby, illustrated by Carmen Segovia. Sterling Publishing (January ); ISBN Book Source: Review Copy provided by publisher Related Links: Carmen Segovia - Website Carmen Segovia - Blog Groundhog Day Snack In the story, Brownie and Fox sit down for a picnic of cocoa and cinnamon.

Looking for books by Susan Blackaby. See all books authored by Susan Blackaby, including Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox, and Splishy, Splashy Mammals, and more on   Kids will love this wintry-wonderful follow-up to the popular Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox.

Brownie is ready for a long winter's nap. "Just don't wake me up," she warns. But her friends miss her so much that they can't bear to obey her orders--and they turn Brownie's "do not disturb" into a comic commotion, complete with a stunningly beautiful nighttime surprise. Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox (Book): Blackaby, Susan: Brownie the groundhog encounters a fox while waiting for winter to be over, and through clever maneuvering--and tasty snacks--the two become friends.

Brownie is not a zoo's groundhog, a Feb. 2 slave to the media. She awakes in her own cozy den and reveals her disappointment that winter will go on for six more : Mary Harris Russell.

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Kids will love this wintry-wonderful follow-up to the popular Brownie Groundhog and the February e is ready for a long winter's nap. Just don't wake me up, she warns.

But her friends miss her so much that they can't bear to obey her orders and they turn Brownie's do not disturb into a comic commotion, complete with a stunningly beautiful nighttime surprise.

Loar will read Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox by Susan Blackaby and more for our weekly Saturday storytime. Event date: Saturday, February 1, - am to am. In Brownie Groundhog by Susan Blackaby, Brownie wakes up in early February, predicts six more weeks of winter, and then has to outsmart a hungry fox.

Great vocabulary for primary, for example: "Brownie picked up her basket and crunched across the clearing, leaving tracks in the snow. The fox scampered along beside her.". Our BLG book this week was Brownie Groundhog and the Wintry Surprise written by Susan Blackaby and illustrated by Carmen Segovia What a delightful winter story - full of humour, charm and spectacular surprises.

These characters are irresistibly wonderful and it is difficult to judge even possible mischievous intentions when the friends arrange such a special surprise.- Kirkus Reviews, Praise for Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox "…this story is particularly endearing.

Children will find it delightful." - School Library Journal (starred review) "It is refreshing to find such a beautiful book for this oft-forgotten day of the year.