One Fine DayBook - 1971
"One fine day a fox traveled through the great forest. When he reached the other side he was very thirsty." The jaunty red fox stole milk from an old farm woman, lost his tail under the annoyed woman's knife, and spent the day bargaining to get it back. This humorous retelling of a favorite Armenian folktale is a story small children will follow and "read along" with ease.
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A fox indulges in something that does not belong to him and has nothing to repay the debt, so the collector takes something that means so much to him. He must go through different people and different obstacles to get back what is rightfully his.
One day, a fox was traveling in the woods and ran across a pail of milk that was for an old lady that was picking sticks off of the ground. When the women saw the fox drinking all of her milk, she cut his tail off at once, and asked for her milk back in return. Will the fox be able to return the milk for his tail? This is a great story of a thirsty fox searching for a milk to get his tail back.
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“One fine day a fox traveled through a great forest when he reached the other side he was very thirsty. He saw a pail of milk…before she noticed the fix, he lad lapped up most of the milk… the women became so angry that she grabbed her knife and chopped off his tail. Give me my milk she said and I’ll give you back your tail.”
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