|Pages/Publication Date:||32 / 2017|
Living alone in a world of broken things, Pandora the fox builds a magnificent home, but no one ever comes to visit, in this thoughtful tale for readers 4 to 7 by Victoria Turnbull. One day, a bird with an injured wing falls out of the sky, and Pandora cares for it tenderly; recovering, the bird begins to scatter seeds far and wide. When Pandora's new friend flies away, however, the forlorn fox finds unexpected consolation in the flowers that have begun to grow.
"Gorgeous artwork from Kate Greenaway Medal nominee Turnbull uses soft pastels to show the young fox and bird forging their friendship. Children will delight in exploring and identifying the detailed 'lost things' and contrasting them with the abundant beauty of the growing plants in this dreamy fable."—Booklist