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The Midnight Fox Lit Links Literature Guide For Teachers (PDF)

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Midnight Fox: Lit Links Literature Guide


Help your students to develop important reading skills with this Lit Links guide for The Midnight Fox by Betsy Byars!

This teacher's guide contains:

  • creative and cross-curricular activities
  • reproducible chapter-by-chapter questions
  • comprehension questions
  • vocabulary study
  • activity cards
  • story synopsis
  • author bio
  • quizzes
  • answer keys

About The Book
Tom has to spend the summer with his aunt and uncle. Being bored, Tom begins to walk in the fields and the woods. One day he spots a fox leaping in the grass. Tom writes to his friend Petie and tells him that seeing the fox has been the most exciting thing that has happened. Tom didn't want to tell anyone about the black fox because he didn't think anyone would believe him. When a turkey is killed by a fox, Uncle Fred sets a trap using one of her babies to catch and kill the fox. Tom sneaks out one night to free the baby fox and its mom. Tom looks for the family of foxes but finds they have gone.


Format: PDF Download

Grades: 4-6

Pages: 64

ISBN: 9781770722057

Publisher: On The Mark Press