The Midnight Fox
No one asked Tom how he felt about spending two months on his Aunt Millie's farm. For a city boy, the farm holds countless terrors - stampeding baby lambs, boy-chasing chickens, and worst of all, lonliness. But everything changes when Tom sees the midnight fox. He can spend hours watching the graceful black fox in the woods. And when her life - and that of her cub - is in danger, Tom knows exactly what he must do.
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THE MIDNIGHT FOXUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A nine-year-old boy with a sense of humor is hard enough to bring to the printed page (or snag in a library), but if you'll latch on to a live one, Betsy Byars has his match. Tommy is not the first ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - cranbrook - LibraryThing
Tom has a rich imaginative life but lacks the brawn and sporting prowess of his father, brothers and cousins. During his holiday with country relatives he closely observes a fox and her cubs and thwarts plans to destroy them. Tom writes funny letters to his city friend. Read full review