"How the Little Fox Saved her Coat" is a children's story about a little fox that went to town to meet the little children in the school playground to tell her story. Her intention was to ask for help to save her family. She was met with love, affection and the little children promised to protect her and all the other furry critters in the forest. This was the beginning of a long life friendship between her and the children, awakening them to a world of love and compassion towards all the lovely little critters in the forest.About the Author:
Rosa Close is the founder of The Misha Foundation which among other projects, supports the Group People for Chinese Animals, working tirelessly for the betterment of animals in China, and the Anti-Fur Society, a group of dedicated volunteers worldwide helping educate consumers about choices of humane versus inhumane merchandise. Having been exposed to different cultures since an early age, Rosa understands the importance of languages in a child's life which enriches their understanding of fellowship between others. In this manner, Rosa hopes that this book's message will not only help children appreciate the value of other cultures, but also understand the ever so delicate approach used here to awaken in them the love and compassion for the most vulnerable members of our planet: the animals.
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Descripción Rosa Close, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. 48 pages. 8.50x8.50x0.12 inches. This item is printed on demand. Nº de ref. de la librería zk0615666760