One Fine Day: Nonny Hogrogian


One Fine Day

Author/Illustrator: Nonny Hogrogian
Publisher: Aladdin Books
Publication Year: 1971
Brief Summary: A fox loses his tail after an old woman catches him stealing her milk, and must do a series of things before she would sew it back for him.

Awards, Honors and Prizes: 

Ideas for using this book in classroom or library and/or brief notes on curriculum connections/content learning standards/Common Core, etc.:
  • Talk about all the animals you see in this story.
  • What lesson did the fox learn in the story?
  • Why did the miller give a grain to the fox without asking for anything in return?
  • Story chain: write down different things Fox needs on pieces of paper and see if students can rearrange them in the right order.
  • Talk about action/consequences: what is something you’ve done that led to a consequence you did not expect or like?  How did you remedy it? Write or draw about it.

Special features included (if applicable) — index; timeline; author’s notes; further reading; etc.

Accessed at: Thrasher Elementary Library


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