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Fantastic Mr. Fox

71.4% complete
1970
2022
1 time
See 18
1 - The Three Farmers
2 - Mr. Fox
3 - The Shooting
4 - The Terrible Shovels
5 - The Terrible Tractors
6 - The Race
7 - "We'll Never Let Him Go"
8 - The Foxes Begin to Starve
9 - Mr. Fox Has a Plan
10 - Boggis's Chicken House Number One
11 - A Surprise for Mrs. Fox
12 - Badger
13 - Bunce's Giant Storehouse
14 - Badger Has Doubts
15 - Bean's Secret Cider Cellar
16 - The Woman
17 - The Great Feast
18 - Still Waiting
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Text Copyright © 1970 by Roald Dahl
To Olivia
Down in the valley there were three farms.
May contain spoilers
And so far as I know, they are still waiting.
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Added: 03-Jun-2022
Last Updated: 21-Jun-2022

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 11-Jun-2002
Knopf Books for Young Readers
Hardback
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Date Issued:
11-Jun-2002
Format:
Hardback
Pages*:
96
Read:
Once
Reading(s):
1)   29 May 2022 - 20 Jun 2022
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Internal ID:
2627
ISBN:
0-375-82207-0
ISBN-13:
978-0-375-82207-0
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Every evening as soon as it got dark, Mr. Fox would say yo Mrs. Fox, "Well, my darling, what shall it be this time?  A plump chicken from Boggis?  A duck or a goose from Bunce?  Or a nice turkey from Bean?"  And when Mrs. Fox had told him what she wanted, Mr. Fox would creep down into the valley in the darkness of the night and help himself.

Boggis and Bunce and Bean knew very well what was going on, and it made them wild with rage.  They were not men who liked to give anything away.  Less still did they like anything to be stolen from them.  So every noght each of them would take his shotgun and hide on his own farm, hoping to catch the robber.

But Mr. Fox was too clever for them.
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Author(s)

Roald Dahl  
Birth: 13 Sep 1916 Llandaff, Wales, UK
Death: 23 Nov 1990 Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, UK

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