Fox & Rabbit Celebrate (Fox & Rabbit Book #3)


Book #3 in the Fox & Rabbit graphic novel series is full of surprises–now available in paperback!


ISBN: 9781419749599 Category:

Beth Ferry


Fox & Rabbit Celebrate is the third book in New York Times bestselling author Beth Ferry and illustrator Gergely Dudás’s graphic novel series.
Fox and Rabbit are cooking up something very special for Sparrow’s birthday! Sparrow loves food, so Fox and Rabbit team up with Owl to create the world’s biggest pizza. But, since they don’t have the world’s biggest oven, they don’t know how to cook it.

Fox and Rabbit decide to ask for help from Dragon. They’ve never met Dragon (who hopefully likes to eat pizza, not foxes or rabbits . . . ), but they find their courage together. Dragon wants to help but has never eaten pizza. In fact, Dragon has never had a friend or been to a birthday party before, either. It’s up to Fox and Rabbit to change all that!

This third outing in the Fox & Rabbit series celebrates the ways in which differences can bring friends together.

“Dudás’ full-color cartoon illustrations complement Ferry’s chipper tone and punny dialogue for an upbeat woodland romp.” —Kirkus Reviews

Also available:
Fox & Rabbit
Fox & Rabbit Make Believe

Additional information

Weight 172 g
Dimensions 13.4 x 19.5 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 28 April 2022
Number of pages 96
Format Paperback / softback
Contributors Illustrated by Gergely Dudás
Dimensions 13.4 x 19.5 cm
Weight 172 g


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Beth Ferry is the author of many books for young readers, including Caveboy Crush, The Scarecrow, and the New York Times bestselling Stick and Stone. She lives in New Jersey with her family.

Gergely Dudás is a self-taught illustrator best known for his seek-and-find-style web comics. He is the author/illustrator of the Bear’s Book of Hidden Things series. He lives in Budapest.