Chronicle Books The Fox and the Forest Fire
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A story of hope and friendship, The Fox and the Forest Fire is a timely and emotionally resonant tale of resilience over tragedy in the wake of a forest fire.
- As fires rage over a wider swath of the United States, and as fire season lengthens year after year, this story tackles timely themes
- Ending with rebuilding—both for humans and for nature—this story offers an uplifting message of resilience over tragedy
- A wonderful resource for families and communities experiencing the aftermath of fire, or for classroom discussion of environment, natural disasters and emergency preparedness
- This book will also spark important conversations about coping with personal and community tragedies
- Author/illustrator Danny Popovici, a volunteer firefighter, reflects on his own experiences with forest fires in the author's note
- Backmatter provides additional context for parents, educators and nature lovers
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After moving from the city, one boy discovers his new home in the woods isn't so bad—there is friendship in the midst of the forest. But when he spots a fire on the horizon that soon engulfs everything he's come to know—the bugs, the plants, the fox who keeps him company—he is forced to flee. When his newfound comfort goes up in smoke, how can he ever feel at home again?
In a forest fire, so much can change in an instant. But both fox and boy learn that there are some things fire cannot burn. With time, the forest will regrow, the animals will return to their home, and so will the boy and his mom.
As we all search for tools for understanding the destruction of forest fires, this touching story shows that hope, friendship, and resilience shine the brightest.
11.35 x 9.35 inches
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