I'll Always Be Your Friend

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10 thoughts on “I'll Always Be Your Friend

  1. Beverly Beverly says:

    3 stars for the sweet, but done before story an extra 2 stars for the gorgeous illustrations and wonderful depictions of the foxes.


  2. Aly Aly says:

    ReallyLiked it


  3. Candice Candice says:

    Here s a book that can be judged by its cover, a beautifully rendered baby fox with its mother in the background The little fox and his mother play games all day long Adults will see the games as training for the hunting the littlle fox will do when he grows up, but children will see it as running games, sneak up and pounce games, and jump over my shadow games As the sun begins to set, Mother Fox tells the little fox that it s time to get ready for the night The little fox is having so much Here s a book that can be judged by its cover, a beautifully rendered baby fox with its mother in the background The little fox and his mother play games all day long Adults will see the games as training for the hunting the littlle fox will do when he grows up, but children will see it as running games, sneak up and pounce games, and jump over my shadow games As the sun begins to set, Mother Fox tells the little fox that it s time to get ready for the night The little fox is having so much fun with their games that he rebels at the thought of stopping and tells his mother, I m not going to be your friend againever But left on his own, the little fox realizes that he needs his mother forthan games he needs her in order to feel secure A lovely story with gorgeous illustrations to highlight the bond between mother and child


  4. June June says:

    McBratney deals with a fox getting angry with his mother and saying I m not your friend anyAnd I m not going to be your friend againever A simple, sweet story of how a fox cub realizes that he still loves his mother even though he was angry with her, and that she will always be his friend.


  5. Hannah Givens Hannah Givens says:

    The art is GORGEOUS The story s good too, I just thought the climax wasn t quite punchy enough.


  6. Christina Reid Christina Reid says:

    Picked this up as soon as I spotted Kim Lewis and the fox on the cover what a combination The story is sweet, but the illustrations are something else A gorgeous read aloud for a bedtime story and one to treasure for the beautiful pictures.


  7. Khalid Khalid says:

    The setting takes place in the field In the story there was a little fox and his mother He wanted his mother to play because in the story his mother didn t want to play because it was getting dark But when he saw his mother again So he rushed, hopped and held his mother soft fur tight Then they became friends before they slept the night.The theme was love because when the little fox saw his mother again he was so excited and happy so that action shows love.


  8. Mary Anne Mary Anne says:

    A sweet fox and his mom are playing When mam says it is time to go in for the night little fox gets fresh and tells mom he wont be her friend As night approaches, little fox isn t so sure he can do without mom after all Patient mom settles fox in for the night.


  9. Irene Palfy Irene Palfy says:

    Really great and detailed pictures and a solid not very original though plot.


  10. Junessa Junessa says:

    A nice story about a fox who decides he won t be his mother s friend any until he gets scared.


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I'll Always Be Your Friend [PDF / Epub] ⚣ I'll Always Be Your Friend ✈ Sam McBratney – Polishdarling.co.uk A mother s friendship never ends When Mother Fox says it s time to stop playing and go home, her little fox says, I m not your friend any, and scampers off But as daylight fades and dark shadows loom, A mother s Be Your Epub ß friendship never ends When Mother Fox says it s time to stop playing and go home, her little fox says, I m not your friend any, and scampers off But as daylight fades and dark shadows loom, I'll Always Kindle - the little one starts to have second thoughtsWith his usual keen eye for the emotions of young children, Sam McBratney perfectly captures the trust between a child testing out his independence and his mother, who reassures him, I ll always be Always Be Your MOBI í your friend.

  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • I'll Always Be Your Friend
  • Sam McBratney
  • English
  • 20 February 2019
  • 0060555483

About the Author: Sam McBratney

The born Be Your Epub ß Northern Ireland native started writing children s books when he was a teacher in his thirties, with the aim of helping out students who had trouble reading But he continued writing for apersonal reason the act of I'll Always Kindle - imagining simply makes me feel good, he says The fifty seventh book of Sam McBratney s career, and his first book with Candlewick Press, was the much loved GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU, which has sold an astonishing million Always Be Your MOBI í copies worldwide, and is available in languages This is not the sort of thing you expect when most of your books have been remaindered, the author admits But, as the frog trapped in the milk discovered, if you keep going, sometimes you find yourself walking on cream cheese Where does Sam McBratney get his inspiration I told my children stories when they were young, he says, so when I write I try to think of what they would have liked But there may be another source guiding his writing as well The author s father who worked as a type compositor with the BELFAST TELEGRAPH, and whose favorite books were westerns is the person Sam McBratney credits for giving him his love of the English language Most of my picture books GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU, THE DARK AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS, JUST ONE , and JUST YOU AND ME explore the relationship between a big one and a wee one, the author notes The big one is not called the father in the stories, but that s what he is Although my dad died before I became a writer, the father in my stories has a voice and a presence that he would have recognized and understood In addition to authoring many books for children, Sam McBratney has also written radio plays for adults and a prize winning collection of short stories He received a degree in history and political science from Trinity College, Dublin, and worked for many years as a teacher Married, with three grown children, Sam McBratney lives in Northern Ireland.



10 thoughts on “I'll Always Be Your Friend

  1. Beverly Beverly says:

    3 stars for the sweet, but done before story an extra 2 stars for the gorgeous illustrations and wonderful depictions of the foxes.


  2. Aly Aly says:

    ReallyLiked it


  3. Candice Candice says:

    Here s a book that can be judged by its cover, a beautifully rendered baby fox with its mother in the background The little fox and his mother play games all day long Adults will see the games as training for the hunting the littlle fox will do when he grows up, but children will see it as running games, sneak up and pounce games, and jump over my shadow games As the sun begins to set, Mother Fox tells the little fox that it s time to get ready for the night The little fox is having so much Here s a book that can be judged by its cover, a beautifully rendered baby fox with its mother in the background The little fox and his mother play games all day long Adults will see the games as training for the hunting the littlle fox will do when he grows up, but children will see it as running games, sneak up and pounce games, and jump over my shadow games As the sun begins to set, Mother Fox tells the little fox that it s time to get ready for the night The little fox is having so much fun with their games that he rebels at the thought of stopping and tells his mother, I m not going to be your friend againever But left on his own, the little fox realizes that he needs his mother forthan games he needs her in order to feel secure A lovely story with gorgeous illustrations to highlight the bond between mother and child


  4. June June says:

    McBratney deals with a fox getting angry with his mother and saying I m not your friend anyAnd I m not going to be your friend againever A simple, sweet story of how a fox cub realizes that he still loves his mother even though he was angry with her, and that she will always be his friend.


  5. Hannah Givens Hannah Givens says:

    The art is GORGEOUS The story s good too, I just thought the climax wasn t quite punchy enough.


  6. Christina Reid Christina Reid says:

    Picked this up as soon as I spotted Kim Lewis and the fox on the cover what a combination The story is sweet, but the illustrations are something else A gorgeous read aloud for a bedtime story and one to treasure for the beautiful pictures.


  7. Khalid Khalid says:

    The setting takes place in the field In the story there was a little fox and his mother He wanted his mother to play because in the story his mother didn t want to play because it was getting dark But when he saw his mother again So he rushed, hopped and held his mother soft fur tight Then they became friends before they slept the night.The theme was love because when the little fox saw his mother again he was so excited and happy so that action shows love.


  8. Mary Anne Mary Anne says:

    A sweet fox and his mom are playing When mam says it is time to go in for the night little fox gets fresh and tells mom he wont be her friend As night approaches, little fox isn t so sure he can do without mom after all Patient mom settles fox in for the night.


  9. Irene Palfy Irene Palfy says:

    Really great and detailed pictures and a solid not very original though plot.


  10. Junessa Junessa says:

    A nice story about a fox who decides he won t be his mother s friend any until he gets scared.


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