Corey R. Tabor – Playing in a dark, dark cave
Corey R. Tabor is the author and illustrator of Fox and the Jumping Contest, Fox and the Bike Ride, Fox Is Late, and the Theodor Seuss Geisel Award-winning Fox the Tiger. Corey lives in Seattle with his wife and son and spends his time making pictures and stories.
Fox and the Jumping Contest: Fox really, really wants to win the jumping contest. He knows just where he’ll put that first-place trophy. The only problem? Fox is not a very good jumper. But he is a very good schemer.
A Dark, Dark Cave will ignite a young reader’s imagination and inspire creative play. This just-spooky-enough story is sure to become a read-aloud favorite.
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