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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Der Findefuchs by Irina Korschunow. Reinhard Michl Illustrator. In der Auswahlliste zum Deutschen Jugendliteraturpreis Get A Copy. Taschenbuch , German Edition , 46 pages.
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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Feb 02, C. You wouldn't think it to look at this little children's book but very strong emotion hurls a wave at you from the very first page. An infant fox is frightened and crying due to waiting for a vital and beloved mother, who can't return because a hunter took her life.
The first page is a tear-jerker from two sides: it makes you wonder how many car accidents and hunting expeditions have left frightened newborns alone or in peril to survive. And your heart is grabbed at the thought of any newborn cry You wouldn't think it to look at this little children's book but very strong emotion hurls a wave at you from the very first page. And your heart is grabbed at the thought of any newborn crying. Fortunately emotionality rises to a brighter place when another female fox, called a 'vixen' hears the baby.
She has three 'kits' at her home to whom she needs to return but as a mother, she is compelled to at least check on the other mother's infant. She realizes he is distraught enough to need comforting immediately and that he is also hungry. She sits to soothe and feed him but can't leave him or her babies any longer, so she carries him with her. Numerous beautiful moments shine from this skinny little story that I didn't expect to affect me so much. Even though her den is close, she flees another hunter's dog on the journey and also defends the other mother's baby from a badger.
By the time she greets her infants, she has protected and cared for the fourth so much, that she loves him like her own and the four kits easily accept each other. This short, elegantly-illustrated tale is essential reading material on the subject of animal compassion and for children of adoption.
The ending catches in your throat too but in a jubilant way. Mar 18, Leontina S. This was a re-read, first time read when I was in primary school. Dec 05, Sarah rated it it was ok Shelves: read-in View 1 comment. Feb 02, Dinielfe rated it it was amazing. Mein erstes Buch das ich gelesen habe. Unter dem Bett mit einer Taschenlampe, kurz bevor wir es gemeinsam in der zweiten Klasse begonnen haben. A great short story that introduces how animals may be threatened and saved by a single act of kindness.
What parallels can we draw between this story and how we want to be in the world. It's a great book club book - it is short, but has a lot to talk about and several angles for readers to connect with. View 2 comments.
May 12, padthaiwarrior rated it really liked it Shelves: german. One of those books I wish I had read when I was younger. Even though she has 3 kits of her own, this loving creature shares her body, her milk and her heart--to protect the furry orphan.
Just 47 pages long, this story can be enjoyed in one sitting--with its soft, watercolor-like illustrations. We come to admire and respect the various ways which the mother fox defends the foundling, until he is truly assimilated into her family.
In praise of maternal and step-maternal bonding, this little book presents a timely message of love and tolerance in today's society of blended families. January 25, I welcome dialgoue with teachers. Mar 06, Victoria rated it really liked it Shelves: with-danny. I read this in German with my son as part of a school reading comprehension project he missed at school because of flu.
It's a simple story at a level very suited to German children in year 2, but it isn't without emotion. It leads children to consider how they would feel if they didn't have a mum and how to manage in a strange environment.
I thought it lovely the way the adopting mother defends the foundling just as energetically as she does her own kits. My son's verdict: it's ok! Well it w I read this in German with my son as part of a school reading comprehension project he missed at school because of flu. Well it was school work. Pero es que me encantaba! Mar 02, Linda rated it it was amazing Shelves: childrens-books.
What can I say Oct 24, Chrissey rated it liked it. A very sweet children's story about a orphaned fox. I believe this book is considered a classic of children's literature. First real book I can remember reading. I was so proud that day, I finished it in about one or two hours I must have been about seven years old. I will never forget this book. It made me cry too. Mrslouzifer rated it liked it Jun 20, Cronkri rated it it was amazing Aug 29, Julia rated it it was amazing Mar 05, Jana rated it liked it Apr 28, Ellinor rated it really liked it Aug 27, Rala rated it it was amazing Feb 04, Mariana Lopera rated it really liked it Jan 27, Alice rated it liked it Mar 28, Rodrigo Seguel rated it it was amazing Dec 28, Stefanie rated it it was amazing Nov 01, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Readers also enjoyed. About Irina Korschunow. Irina Korschunow. Irina Korschunow was a German author of both children's book and adult literature. The daughter of a Russian father and a German mother, she became an outsider under the National Socialist regime.
She won a number of awards both for her children's and young adult books as well as for the work aimed at an adult audi Irina Korschunow was a German author of both children's book and adult literature.
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