The Fox Wish This charming story follows two children who go looking for their jump rope and discover that a group of foxes have claimed it as an answer to their wish With beautiful classic illustrations and lyri

  • Title: The Fox Wish
  • Author: Kimiko Aman Komako Sakai
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This charming story follows two children who go looking for their jump rope and discover that a group of foxes have claimed it as an answer to their wish With beautiful, classic illustrations and lyrical text, here is a subtle, sensitive piece of magic that proves to sisters, brothers, and foxes alike that the trusted familiar often lives right next to the truly extraordiThis charming story follows two children who go looking for their jump rope and discover that a group of foxes have claimed it as an answer to their wish With beautiful, classic illustrations and lyrical text, here is a subtle, sensitive piece of magic that proves to sisters, brothers, and foxes alike that the trusted familiar often lives right next to the truly extraordinary if only you have the eyes to see it.

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    1. The illustrations really spoke to me and the story was super cute too. Reminded me of a blend between a Japanese fairy tale and an Appalachian folk tale. Really, it's hard to go wrong with adorable foxes jumping rope.

    2. This favorite story originally published in Japan, delights the imagination and tickles the heart. A ‘what if’ story in a world where children and animals understand each other.A young girl and her toddler brother forget their jump rope at the park. When they return to find it, their jump rope isn’t where they left it. When they hear laughter, they follow it and come upon a pack of young foxes jumping with their rope. The foxes jumped well, but their tails got in their way and they kept fa [...]

    3. This review also published on kissthebookRoxie and her little brother, Lukie, rush back to the park one day after Roxie remembers she's forgotten her jumping rope. The rope is not where they left it, but they hear the sounds of rope jumping and follow it to a clearing where a gathering of foxes are jumping with the rope. The talkative foxes happily accept help in learning to better their rope jumping skills, and the two species spend a happy afternoon playing together. As the sun sets, Roxie lea [...]

    4. This could have been a superb picture book: no words. Kimiko Aman’s concept is a good and simple one, but so poorly executed when it comes to words that I cringed while reading it. Also, the whole thing looked and sounded very western to me (starting with the characters name, extending a bit to their looks), not at all what I was looking for, nor expecting from this. It was my wish for a multicultural immersion, to explore the beauties and artistry of non-western traditions (Kimiko Aman is Chi [...]

    5. This story won both story and illustration awards in Japan. It’s a small bit of whimsy when a little girl realizes she’s left her jump rope in the woods. When she returns to fetch it and her little brother goes along, they find a group of foxes learning how to jump. What happens next is pure whimsy accompanied by a kind deed at the end. The illustrations are gorgeous, quite dream-like. It will be a fun read aloud to young children.

    6. Roxie and Luke go to the playground to find the jumprope she forgot there. But jumprope is not there and they find a group of foxes playing with it in the woods. Roxie and Luke join the foxes and teach them how to jump without tripping on their tails. In the end, Roxie lets one of the foxes, whose name is also Roxie, take the jumprope home with her.

    7. I could easily see becoming a personal collector of Komako Sakai's illustrations. Here I especially loved the very spare use of hot pink lines in an otherwise muted palette of textured images painted on wood. The story was perfect, too.

    8. Writing a narrative with students? This would be an excellent mentor text. Beautiful story with dialogue. Love how the story unravels.

    9. Whimsical and adorable, and yet ended so suddenly. A very short little story; wish this had kept going. =)

    10. A lost jumprope, a group of foxes, and the power of being a friend. Author Kimiko Aman offers children into a true glimpse of what is important in life.Well recommended.

    11. Would be fun to pair this with the wordless Little Fox in the Forest. It feels good that the feelings of these two books are so universal.

    12. As the clunky title suggests, this story gets lost in translation with too many words and muddled phrasing; adorable foxes merit the second star.

    13. A young girl forgets her jump rope and when she returns to retrieve it, she and her brother discover a group of foxes trying to play with it. Imaginatively lovely.

    14. I love Chronicle's imports, like this one first published in Japan in 2003. The story begins in medias res when a sister realizes that she left her jump rope at the park and speeds off with her brother to retrieve it. Once arrived, they notice that the jump rope is already in use--by a group of playful foxes! The illustrations are shadowy and a little off-putting--red pencil outlining and small, widely-spaced eyes on the siblings feel fantastical and otherworldly. Rough overlays of charcoal penc [...]

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