What Happened on Fox Street (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 1 in the Fox Street series.
- #2: Mo Wren, Lost and Found (Fox Street #2) (Hardcover): Email or call for price
Autumn 2010 Kids' Next List
“To Mo Wren Fox Street is more than just where she lives; it's the place she loves more than anything. A place of unique people, memories of her mom, happy summers,everything; until that unforgettable summer where a fox, some letters and some mysteries come to light. Home takes on new meaning in this sweet, moving and tender story.”
— Becky Anderson, Anderson's Bookshop, Naperville, IL
Fox Street was a dead end.
In Mo Wren’s opinion, this was only one of many wonderful things about it. Mo’s lived her whole life on Fox Street and can’t imagine anything ever changing—until one unforgettable summer of alarming letters, mysterious errands, and surprising discoveries. . . .
About the Author
Tricia Springstubb is the author of the acclaimed middle grade novels What Happened on Fox Street and Mo Wren, Lost and Found as well as the picture book Phoebe & Digger. The mother of three grown daughters, she lives with her husband and cats in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. You can visit her online at www.triciaspringstubb.com.
Heather Ross is an illustrator, author, and textile designer. She is the illustrator of How to Behave at a Tea Party by Madelyn Rosenberg, as well as the Crafty Chloe books by Kelly DiPucchio. She also wrote the bestselling craft books Weekend Sewing and Heather Ross Prints. Heather's own dog, Lobo, currently holds a regional title for Smelliest Pup. She lives in New York City.
Springstubb effectively turns the neighborhood into a character in its own right, one that’s loving and protective. Mo’s voice is original, though it has tinctures of Scout and Harriet. What happened on Fox Street? Love, belief and caring.
— Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
Springstubb creates a richly human and believable story of the conflicts of growing up and a well-paced, interesting plot with plenty of surprises that readers should find pleasurable and satisfying
— School Library Journal