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Reviewed by Tiffany Ferrell for Readers' Favorite
In Go Away, Foxy Foxy by Karen Hendriks, we are introduced to three little bunnies who decide to spend the night in their bamboo treehouse. They enjoyed their slumber party by blowing up balloons and reading books about foxes. They tell their mom that they won’t ring the bell that she had attached for them because they didn’t feel like they would have any problems. After their mom left, the three bunnies got into bed. Velvet, the oldest, told her younger siblings that foxes loved to eat little bunnies. Meanwhile outside, Foxy the fox was wandering around in the shadows. Continuing with her story, Vanilla Bean tells her older sister that ringing the mommy bell would keep the fox at bay. They knew that foxes hated loud noises so they thought about the balloons they could pop and once again thought about ringing the mommy bell. They heard scratching and noises from down below and were scared the fox was coming to get them...
Go Away, Foxy Foxy by Karen Hendriks is an adorable and fun read for children. The characters are three adorable little bunnies having a sleepover outside, away from their mother, which is something that kids can relate to as sleepovers are a fun thing for youngsters. The bunnies are relatable in that they can overcome their fear of foxes, which very possibly saved their lives. The illustrations are beautifully done and go perfectly with the storyline. Karen Hendriks’s Go Away, Foxy Foxy is a great children’s read that I definitely recommend.