Parables of Strange Fox & Martin Rabbit by Debbie Dunn was written in honor of #BlackHistoryMonth and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Book DescriptionThis trilogy of tales was written in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Black History Month. After reading multiple biographies of his great life, the author was inspired to write a story that demonstrates that the sky would not fall if people of all races co-mingled.
Tale #1: Parable of Strange Fox: A ‘stranger-danger’ fox arrives at a peaceful forest. He manages to convince President Bear to confine all rabbits to Forest Corner or else the sky would come crashing down upon their heads.
Tale #2: Parable of Martin Rabbit and Grandmother Frog: Years later, young Martin Rabbit meets with his mentor, Grandmother Frog. Will she convince him to bravely take a stand?
Tale #3: Parable of What Martin Rabbit Taught President Bear: When facing starvation, Martin Rabbit leads the rabbits to the fallen tree to meet with President Bear the 3rd. Will Martin be able to convince one and all that a bad law is a law needing to be changed?
Tune in to read this trilogy of three parables to find the answer.