My Fox Ate My Homework


Product Details

Blaze Books for Young Readers
Publish Date
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.31 inches | 0.69 pounds

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About the Author

David Blaze is the award-winning author and writer of several highly imaginative children's book. Timothy David and his son Zander Blaze live in Orlando, Florida with their crazy dog (Sapphire) and Blaze's awesome Mom! Timothy David loves to watch funny movies and eat pizza rolls! Zander Blaze loves to play video games and feast on chicken nuggets! Together, as David Blaze, they share lots of laughs and have lots of fun. Wow! That's awesome!


Blaze is a seriously entertaining writer who gets the odd and quirky humor kids like, and many fortunate adults somehow still appreciate. Joe's the new kid, but he quickly ends up with a best friend who just happens to be a fox -- one who also has a sense of humor and a predilection for outrageous ideas. My Fox Ate My Homework is most highly recommended. - Jack Magnus ★★★★★

My Fox Ate My Homework by David Blaze is an ideal book for children from eight to thirteen years old, and would be an excellent addition to any school library. Without doubt, it would result in stimulating and unusual class discussions. The story of Joe (Jonah to Mom) opens with Joe's first day at a new school, and threats from the class bully if he doesn't do his homework for him. Mom is unmarried and has moved to a dilapidated old house left to her by Joe's Great-Grandma. A debt collector arrives on the doorstep; Great-Grandma had failed to pay her tax, and jobless Mom doesn't have enough money. The only good thing for Joe is that he meets a fox, an extremely unusual fox successfully designed to be irresistible to youngsters. - Sarah Stuart ★★★★★

David Blaze has done a marvelous job in capturing sentiments and problems that kids face as they grow up. Bullying is one of the themes that is so masterfully developed and it's a common reality in modern schools. The characters are compelling and memorable. The narrative voice is absorbing. I read this book with my seven-year-old son and he developed a lot of sympathy for Joe. I was thrilled when he asked questions, just the way he does whenever I read The Little Prince by Antoine de St-Exupéry to him. My Fox Ate My Homework is an entertaining and educative read for kids; a grand success. - Ruffina Oserio ★★★★★