{download epub} Fantastic Mr FoxAuthor Roald Dahl – Sharkmotorcyclehelmets.co.uk


  • Hardcover
  • 96 pages
  • Fantastic Mr Fox
  • Roald Dahl
  • English
  • 01 September 2017
  • 9780375822070

10 thoughts on “Fantastic Mr Fox

  1. says:

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY, GREG YOU ARE OLD EVEN OLDER THAN LAST YEAR greg s birthday is today, so i am floating this now to remind you that you still have time to shower him with presents it is greg s birthday and as a treat for him, i am going to create a book review in which i use plenty of pictures of foxes they are his favorite first, a sleepy fox a grouchy fox a defiant fox a hide y fox fox and friends bad fox chilly fox charming fox suspicious fox mischievous fox meditating fox super orange fox fox in a tube smiling fox stretchy fox sharp nailed fox log fox hypnotic killer foxes and just to keep this relevant fantastic mr fox.HAPPY BIRTHDAY, GREG come to my blog


  2. says:

    My impressions in a single word Meh I recently read this to my little boy, and I have to admit I really didn t care for it Don t get me wrong It s not a terrible book There s nothing hideously wrong with it See my review of Esio Trot, if you want to see me go off on a Dahl book I hated But there wasn t much right with it either The simple fact was Mr Fox was not, in fact, very fantastic The plot centers around some farmers that try to kill Mr Fox They try to dig him out of his hole Fox s clever solution Dig down so they can t reach him But then the farmers dig faster Fox s clever solution They should dig away faster.Eventually they try to starve Mr Fox and his family out of the hole Fox s clever solution Dig even farther and steal some food And that s pretty much the whole book Spoiler alert I like my books to have some cleverness in them If you have a book where the main character is a Fox, and people are going to praise him for being fantastic, he better y know do something if not fantastic, then at least interesting If your clever solution to every problem is Dig you re kinda just phoning it in Also some mild sexism in here Nothing horrifying like in Esio Trot, but why read a meh book with mild sexism to your kids There s better stuff out there Much better.


  3. says:

    This book encourages stealing, underage drinking, and living in an underground bunker so you never have to face sunlight again Recommended


  4. says:

    Three stars for the questionable morals and implications for the animal society Mr Fox stole from local farmers for years and the farmers are fed up They decide to wipe out the entire Fox family These are talking animals this is murder.Instead of trying to negotiate or even work for a living , the Fox family makes a run for it and they end up endangering all the animal families that live in the hill, the Badgers, the Weasels, the Moles, the Rabbits, etc Their homes and children are at risk.So, all the underground dwelling animals get together for a heist They end up making permanent tunnels to and from the farmer s storesand creating a completely underground town so they can always live and mooch off the farmers Why was the solution to stealing stealing Now, in a world where all the animals can talk, think and reason, how can they justify feeding carrots to the Rabbit family while gnawing on the chickens and geese Aren t rabbits and moles prey for foxes I feel like their ideal society is shortly approaching their apocalypseYouTube Blog Instagram Twitter Snapchat miranda.reads Happy Reading


  5. says:

    Fantastic Mr Fox is an amazing book for children Even I, myself, loved Mr Fox He is soo clever and determined Mr Fox steels food from three farms own by nasty owners He steels to keep his family alive But one day the owners finally decide to kill him once and for all But Mr Fox is too clever for them His optimism is amazing I love optimistic characters I didn t wanna read it Had to read it for my younger cousin s school work Now I am happy that I read it I highly recommend this book to everyone Especially children.August 4, 2017


  6. says:

    Another lovely book by Roald Dahl, with the always beautiful illustrations by Quentin Blake.


  7. says:

    This short book was a laugh riot Especially with the way Dahl described the human characters.


  8. says:

    4 Stars My first introduction to Mr Fox occurred while heading up to 15,000ft sitting on the floor of a puddle jumper, wondering when in hell I decided jumping out of an airplane might be the bravest or stupidest thing I ve ever done in my entire life I was psyching myself out that in mere moments the door would open and I would die.OR as the plan was, I would freefall for 60 seconds prior to my parachute successfully opening, float over Lake Taupo, and safely land back on solid ground with everything intact including my sanity.While still in that situation mentally and physically , I was strapped to a crazy blue eyed curly haired good smelling completely attractive Kiwi who was on his 29th or so jump of the day and the SOB had the audacity to read Fantastic Mr Fox on my shoulder I hadn t decided if this was infuriatingly insulting or heartwarmingly calming when The door openedand eight years later I finally read the little book that s seared into memory, and it was, well, fantastic of course True story I ll let you decide but Mr Fox s story seems plausible enough


  9. says:

    Mr Fox steals food nightly from one of the three disgusting and gluttonous farmers who have then they need The farmers get mad and set out to kill Mr Fox They have a hard time catching him, they destroy the earth trying to get him out of his hole, they waste many man hours by making their workers surround the woods with weapons and ultimately Mr Fox with the help of other underground animals find another way into the farms and go about their stealing in peace while the farmers sit endlessly waiting to kill the fox and any other animals that pop up from the ground This book teaches you that stealing is ok, as long as it is done against evil and wicked people That s a fine message and one that kids probably won t be exposed to for the first time by reading this book Basically Robin Hood is that message too, although this seems a little bit anarchic in it s presentation, maybe it s the drawings, or all the fun the fox has in stealing that makes it seem like a revolution going on that you can dance to But is it ok to tell kids that stealing is alright Yes it is Children will be taught eventually in school that stealing is perfectly fine, but they will be taught it under the civilized and devastating guise of capitalism, the rights of corporations over people and the other legalized theft that our society holds up as the makings of success But am I saying that kids should go out and steal No they shouldn t First because most of them are really bad at it and if you are bad at stealing you will get caught, or at least noticed and that s not a good thing Second because stealing for the sake of stealing isn t good Stealing can be political and it can be used as a very very weak brick against the wall of capitalism but really it s like throwing a feather into a tornado, it s not going to do shit , but it can also just be selfish and unnecessary I was going to write , but I m running out of time before I goto work and see if I can spy any shoplifters, who I will try to have get caught because a they make my life difficult, in that I need to then remember what books have numbers off so they can be ordered manually, and a.2 mean that it gives reason for me to get yelled at by some idiot who can t understand just because the computer says we have something doesn t mean we really do we don t have computers that know when someone has stolen something without our noticing it And b because the publishing industry has enough problems right now with money, and it s not as if books aren t available for free at libraries Go there and get the book for free and read it, BN might be an big corporation, but as Ralph Nader said, not an exact quote they sell books, and books are a good thing So if you re going to go steal, go to some Wal Mart or something, but watch out they have a wall of video screens in the back room with a small army watching them, just waiting to see you pocket some of their items.


  10. says:

    I am a huge Roald Dahl fan I love foxes and I loved having a main character that is a fox It is such a snappy and witty book This is a great one and I think the movie was wonderful as well Roald does well on screen Of course the fox will win.


Fantastic Mr Fox Is On The Run The Three Meanest Farmers Around Are Out To Get Him Fat Boggis, Squat Bunce, And Skinny Bean Have Joined Forces, And They Have Mr Fox And His Family Surrounded What They Don T Know Is That They Re Not Dealing With Just Any Fox Mr Fox Would Never Surrender But Only The Most Fantastic Plan Ever Can Save Him Now


About the Author: Roald Dahl

Roald Dahl was a British novelist, short story writer and screenwriter of Norwegian descent, who rose to prominence in the 1940 s with works for both children and adults, and became one of the world s bestselling authors.Dahl s first published work, inspired by a meeting with C S Forester, was Shot Down Over Libya Today the story is published as A Piece of Cake The story, about his wartime ad