Learn To Knot A Neck Scarf With The Rabbit and The Fox

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Click Here to SMILE at adorable pics of cute little girls wearing neckties and scarves on Pinterest!

Click Here to read reviews , articles, author interviews and press releases for original Rabbit and Fox Book

There are versions of this book for boys and versions for girls. Click one of these links for information about the book in EnglishSpanish or Tagalog. Or you might like the How To Guide For Older Guys and the Gift For Boys In The Wedding Party. The last book for boys is called Ned Knows How To Knot A Neck Tie. Read about it here. And check out these learn to tie books created especially for GIRLS Here & Here & Here.

Read a sample of Learn To Knot A Neck Scarf for FREE.

Click the audio file below to play the original Rabbit and Fox song for free and sing along with these lyrics.

If you don’t already have it, buy the full color family activity book!  You will love the disneyesque yet modern artwork.

The book contains 24 pages of story, instruction and tie-a-tie diagrams plus the lyrics to the song. Listen to the story book version of the song for free by clicking the link in the middle of the top of this webpage above.

Sample Pages From The Book

This book helps build self-esteem!.

Parents: Now you and your girls can enjoy learning the knot tying process together. This cute story offers a fun and simple lesson for tying a simple knot in neck wear. There are many ways to knot a scarf but this book brings to life, the enchanting age old story of the rabbit and the fox. It teaches the art of tying a simple, yet elegant knot in a scarf. This knot is called the “necktie knot”. It is the same knot taught in “Learn To Tie A Tie With The Rabbit And The Fox”. This knot is also commonly known as the “four in hand”. In this story, a clever girl illustrates her abilities to skillfully tie a knot in a scarf as she mimics the motions of the very hungry fox snapping his powerful jaws just inches from the little rabbit as he chases it through the forest. It will be easy for you and your child to master this skill, too, with the help of this little tale.

Suggestion:  Make this a fun activity for all participants.  If you have some old scarves (or neck ties) that have been hanging in the closet for years, grab one for each person and follow along as you read the book.

Print books available from many bookstores (upon request) and at most online book stores (immediately).

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Sybrina@sybrina.com

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