Frances Lincoln Ltd, 9781847802187, 32pp.
Publication Date: February 26, 2013
Foxy has a very large sack with just one bee in it. But on his travels he meets a woman with a nice fat rooster. . . "Whatever you do, don't look in the sack " says Foxy. But the woman does, of course, and when the bee escapes Foxy takes the rooster in exchange He repeats the trick to acquire a lovely fat pig, and finally. . . a little boy But the last woman Foxy meets is as clever as he is. She sets the little boy free and substitutes a large fierce dog in the sack - who chases bad Foxy away, never to be seen again.
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Praise For Foxy!…
"One day Foxy caught a bee.
He put it in his sack and he went on his travels.
He traveled and he traveled and he traveled until . . .
he met a woman who had a fine rooster.
'Good day,' he said. 'Will you look after
my sack while I go to Squintum’s house?'
'Certainly,' said the woman.
'Thank you,' said Foxy. 'But whatever you do,
DON’T LOOK IN THE SACK!'"
from the book