Description: In Israel s Negev desert, a family of sand foxes lives inside a burrow under the ground. This night, for the first time, Lon-Lon s parents are taking him out of the burrow. Lon-Lon runs off in excitement, gets lost, and discovers new animals. Some are friendly, some not. Children love the sand fox and the animals he meets-- a jerboa, a hedgehog, a bat, an owl, and a hyrax all unique Israeli desert species.
Hebrew and English text on same page.
By Miri Lashem-Pelly
Illustrated by: Miri Lashem-Pelly
Translated by: Angelika Rauschning-Jamal
9.5"x8.5" (30 Pages)Ages 4-7 Publisher: Milk and Honey Press, 2006
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