CINNABAR THE ONE O'CLOCK FOX by Marguerite Henry

CINNABAR THE ONE O'CLOCK FOX

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KIRKUS REVIEW

From the author of Misty of Chincateague, Brighty of the Grand Canvan and the many other authentic animal stories, comes a disappointing fantasy. Cinnabar, reconstructed from an old legend of fox hunting around Mount Vernon in George Washington's day, is quite a charming fellow. He thinks of his family, dear Vicky and the four little ones, like a true gentleman and works like a dog to provide for them but when the season comes around after an especially hard year, Cinnabar is ready for some excitement. Accepting the huntsmens' ""invitation"", Cinnabar shows himself promptly at one and leads them all, including Washington, a wild chase.

Publisher: Rand McNally