Old Granny Fox cover

Old Granny Fox

Thornton W. Burgess (1874-1965)

1. Reddy Fox Brings Granny News
2. Granny and Reddy Fox Go Hunting
3. Reddy is Sure Granny Has Lost Her Senses
4. Quacker the Duck Grows Curious
5. Reddy Fox is Afraid to Go Home
6. Old Granny Fox is Caught Napping
7. Granny Fox Has a Bad Dream
8. What Farmer Brown's Boy Did
9. Reddy Fox Hears About Granny Fox
10. Reddy Fox is Impudent
11. After the Storm
12. Granny and Reddy Fox Hunt in Vain
13. Granny Fox Admits Growing Old
14. Three Vain and Foolish Wishes
15. Reddy Fights a Battle
16. Reddy is Made Truly Happy
17. Granny Fox Promises Reddy Bowser's Dinner
18. Why Bowser the Hound Didn't Eat His Dinner
19. Old Man Coyote Does a Little Thinking
20. A Twice Stolen Dinner
21. Granny and Reddy Talk Things Over
22. Granny Fox Plans to Get a Fat Hen
23. Farmer Brown's Boy Forgets to Close the Gate
24. A Midnight Visit
25. A Dinner for Two
26. Farmer Brown's Boy Sets a Trap
27. Prickly Porky Takes a Sun Bath
28. Prickly Porky Enjoys Himself
29. The New Home in the Old Pasture

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Old Granny Fox and grandson Reddy Fox must use all their cunning to hunt up enough food to survive the long winter. Food in the Green Meadow is scarce but Farmer Brown's hens are locked up tight and protected by Bowser the Hound, so Granny takes a conceited Reddy hunting and teaches him some surprising new tricks to lure in their dinner. Old Granny and Reddy Fox encounter danger and adventure in their quests to keep their bellies full, including a close encounter with Farmer Brown's boy, a clever plot to steal Bowser's food, and an unforeseen thief who might outsmart this sneaky pair.