In his sixth appearance, Fox is still amusingly ridiculous and recognizably human. When he wrecks his bike showing off to an admiring crowd, he assumes Mom will buy him a new one--but she's smarter than that: "I'm not made of money," she points out, and suggests a job. "Louise, dear," he says to his sister, but she knows him well: "I'll scream!" His jobs are, predictably, disasters, till the somewhat tame conclusion: he draws a crowd by demonstrating a bed in a show window, sound asleep. Marshall's comic illustrations, situations, and well-phrased text are sure to keep them reading.