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|Material Type:||Elementary and junior high school, Fiction|
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|Notes:||Sequel: Mo Wren, lost and found.|
|Target Audience:||Ages 8-12.|
|Description:||218 pages : map ; 21 cm|
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Mo and the Fox in the Ravine.
Only parts held my interest in this story about the residents that live on Fox Street. I was involved in the search for the fox, as well as the two young girls and the house of one of them that they believed sold. However for me, there were too many characters that lived on the street that were a...
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