A Hubbub

Now that Ginger Fox and her mother are living with the Badgers, life just isn t the same Ginger s new badger brothers like to argue Her new badger baby sister takes up all of Mrs Fox s time And Mr Badger has a lot of rules about keeping the house tidy That s not how they used to do things back at the Fox home Maybe Ginger should live with her father instead But MrNow that Ginger Fox and her mother are living with the Badgers, life just isn t the same Ginger s new badger brothers like to argue Her new badger baby sister takes up all of Mrs Fox s time And Mr Badger has a lot of rules about keeping the house tidy That s not how they used to do things back at the Fox home Maybe Ginger should live with her father instead But Mr Fox travels all the time And Ginger really likes the new clubhouse she and her brothers built If only they could keep those mean cats from taking over the clubhouse Maybe belonging to a big family has some benefits after all
A Hubbub Now that Ginger Fox and her mother are living with the Badgers life just isn t the same Ginger s new badger brothers like to argue Her new badger baby sister takes up all of Mrs Fox s time And Mr Bad

  • Title: A Hubbub
  • Author: Brigitte Luciani Eve Tharlet Edward Gauvin
  • ISBN: 9780761356325
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “A Hubbub”

    1. Book two of the Mrs Fox and Mr Badger series about two single parent families coming together. This one is a little better than the first. We see each parent start to parent the other's children and the consequences of that which is nice and where I think the sweet spot for this series lies. We also see the adults actually acting like a couple more which I think is also necessary for this series to even work. The addition of Mrs Fox's ex coming for "his visit" is interesting if not a bit awkward [...]

    2. This is the second Mr. Badger and Mrs. Fox graphic novel. This title was orignally printed in France in 2007. The US edition is from 2010 with Edward Gauvin providing translation. I love the cover. It gives a taste of a traditional storybook cover, but one corner reveals the comic panels underneath. The artwork is delightfully charming.Young animals in this graphic novel come up with some interesting insults: snot-snout, slug brain & skunk fart. It turns out that the two young badgers are te [...]

    3. The blended Badger/Fox family is back. Once again, a pleasant sort of book without much to commend it beyond pleasant artwork and a pleasant teaching or two. I found Luciani's articulation of the distinction between parental strictness and meanness helpful. Divorced and widowed parents might find greater connection with the experiences of Mr. Badger and Mrs. Fox.

    4. Story: 4 starsArt: 4 starsChildren's graphic novel about a young fox trying to find her place in a blended family. The second installment of the Mr. Badger and Mrs. Fox series. Strong family dynamics. Panel flow is smoother than it was in the first book, though there are still a few time lapses that are not captioned or obvious.

    5. 2.5For the most part the book was cute, and the illustrations were pretty cute. There are a few learning experiences in here, including a brief mention on the difference between being mean and being strict. Which I feel is important because with my experiences doing child care that can be a big issue. So I liked how they pointed that out because not many people do.

    6. Very entertaining story about a rebuilt family and their differences. The fox and the badger are just a veil to present a widower and a divorced woman finding love again. The accent is put on the experience of their children. Loved all four parts!

    7. Az illusztrációkat továbbra is imádom, és örültem, hogy reális problémákat hoz fel a csonka családok életéből. Tesók, féltesók, kit szeret jobban anya és apa, mi van ha felbukkan az igazi apa stb.

    8. Nothing stellar. Cute, and some kids will like it for the pictures, but for me, the story lacks adventure and excitement.

    9. Accidentally read this one first, but it didn't seem to be an issue. Very cute book, and I love the idea of using animals to show a very unique blended family.

    10. A cute early reader graphic novel for children. This one has a cute story mostly focusing on the young fox sister and how she perceives family. If you haven't read the first one, that's completely fine as the story just picks up on a random day in the families lives. Recommend to any family with young children.

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