Review; Argyle Fox by Marie Letourneau

Earlier this year I was fortunate enough to recieve a press copy of the picture book Argyle Fox by Marie Letourneau from Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Argyle Fox, with his signature style, wants to play outside on a springtime day, but the wind is wreaking havoc with his fun and games. As soon as he builds a card tower, climbs into a giant spider web, or takes up his pirate sword, here comes the wind: Woosh!

Mama Fox tells grumpy Argyle that if he thinks long enough, he will come up with something to do. Following his mother’s suggestion and inspired by her knitting, he works all the pieces of his day together and creates the perfect solution.

The story of Argyle teaches that failure is often a path to success and celebrates perseverance, creative thinking, and an old-fashioned springtime activity.

My Thoughts on the Book
Argyle Fox is a cute book that could work great as a storytime read. I also really enjoyed the beautiful illustrations.

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