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Children's LiteratureFoxes are animals that make their homes in dens. Dens can be under the ground, in trees, or in caves. This book provides a brief introduction to the various places that a fox may make their den. Intended for early readers, simple text is used and the print is large. The full-page photographs are awe-inspiring. In addition to capturing a young reader's attention, the photos support the text and assist the reader in understanding the content. This book would wonderfully enhance any primary school's curriculum on animal habitats. In addition to supporting national science standards, it contains a simple table of contents, glossary, index, and list of further sources, making it a useful tool when introducing young readers to informational books. It is part of the "Animal Homes" series. 2005, Capstone Press, Ages 5 to 7.