A middle grade read I'm quite sure will make you want to read it again and again. The story follows themes of friendship, dedication, war, growth and family. You will shed a few tears, but finish satisfied. The kind of book that makes you a better person, grounds your perspectives. The story is about a boy and his fox and how war has separated them. It's important to talk about the real cost of war, and this book addresses those things while still keeping the story rooted in pieces we can all identify with. Not to mention, the illustrations are by my favorite, Jon Klassen. Beauty-full :)
Come by the reading room, check out our copy and read a few pages!