. . .We'll catch a fox/ And put him in a box,/ And then we'll let him go!"" If you look inside the box you'll see the fox watching TV, and Parker's illustrations of four varied but similarly nondescript hunters proceeding in expressionless single file underlines the absurdity without forcing it. Besides the fox in a box they put a lamb in a pram, a goat in a boat, a bear in underwear, and eight other animals in mildly amusing incongruous positions. Piano accompaniment appended.