Fox and the Bike Ride (Hardcover)

By Corey R. Tabor, Corey R. Tabor (Illustrator)

Balzer + Bray, 9780062398758, 32pp.

Publication Date: October 24, 2017

List Price: 17.99*
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Description

Fun-loving, mischievous Fox from Fox and the Jumping Contest is back in this charming and hilarious tale of friendship, adventure—and snacks.

It’s the day of the animals’ annual bike ride, and Fox is not excited. Every year it’s the same old, same old.

Fox wants adventure.

He wants action-adventure.

He wants danger-action-adventure!

(And snacks too, of course.)

So he secretly schemes to make this the most unforgettable trip ever—and his friends are coming along, whether they want to or not!



About the Author

Corey R. Tabor is a skateboard-riding, beard-growing, book-devouring illustrator. He creates his illustrations with pencil and watercolor and a dose of digital wizardry. Corey lives in Seattle with his lovely wife and spends his time making pictures and stories, including his debut picture book, Fox and the Jumping Contest, and its companion, Fox and the Bike Ride. You can visit him online at www.coreyrtabor.com.



Corey R. Tabor is a skateboard-riding, beard-growing, book-devouring illustrator. He creates his illustrations with pencil and watercolor and a dose of digital wizardry. Corey lives in Seattle with his lovely wife and spends his time making pictures and stories, including his debut picture book, Fox and the Jumping Contest, and its companion, Fox and the Bike Ride. You can visit him online at www.coreyrtabor.com.



Praise For Fox and the Bike Ride

“Tabor creates riotously lively, digitally assembled scenes with pencils, watercolor, and ink to accompany a satisfying, comical tale. A fun, free-wheeling romp.”
— Kirkus Reviews

“The spirit of camaraderie is high in this energetic, entertaining tale.”
— ALA Booklist

“Sly Fox makes both an entertaining and sympathetic protagonist, and the text is clever and amusingly dry, especially set against the comical going-ons in the illustrations. Viewers will happily double back to find the Easter egg jokes.”
— Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books