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Yaanus Films India Films India itibaren Tidmington, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire CV36 5LP, İngiltere itibaren Tidmington, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire CV36 5LP, İngiltere

Okuyucu Yaanus Films India Films India itibaren Tidmington, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire CV36 5LP, İngiltere

Yaanus Films India Films India itibaren Tidmington, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire CV36 5LP, İngiltere

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I will write more after we talk about it. So much to talk about.

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Don't know where to go next in the Gorge? This book will give you some fun ideas. We've done many of the hikes and agree with the author's descriptions. Access info in perfect, thus far.

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This book has all 4- and 5-star reviews. While the pictures are quite stunning (and adorable), the book as a whole is mediocre at best. I think that, intentional or not, people are more likely to view a book favorably when they’ve received a copy to review. The other possibility is that people are just easily impressed and have poor taste. Which do you think it is? The book tells the “story” of Rusty and Ginger, two red foxes who go exploring. First, the writing is absolutely miserable. It’s fun to read facts about each new animal the foxes encounter, but these are side-notes to the story itself; when the foxes come across a treasure chest on an island and then enlist the aid of two little girls to open it, that’s going too far. The nail in the coffin was when the girls decide to share the money in the chest with the poor. You surely know that I’m a big advocate of helping others, but what does the girls’ generosity have to do with a book about foxes?! My second complaint is the design of the book. Someone had a little too much fun with Photoshop effects. I don’t know how to describe it very well – it looks like most of the pictures have been “watercolored” around the edges to make room for the text. The title of the book is not only a hideous color and font, but it’s been “textured” to look like…I can’t even tell. It looks ridiculous. On the frontispiece is “This Book Belongs to _____” and its counterpart at the end of the book is “Have a Nice Day!” Wow. I will say, my son enjoyed looking at the pictures. So there you have it. This book is great for one-year-olds and those who have no sense of good writing or aesthetics. Disclaimer: I received a copy of Adventures of Rusty and Ginger Fox to review, but that didn’t influence my opinion. Obviously.