Mr Tail-Less

Our class is reading an amazing book called ‘Fantastic Mr Fox’ by Roald Dahl!
And this term we are doing inferences so we have inferenced Fantastic Mr Fox.

‘Down in the valley, there were three farms. The owners had done well’
I infer this means that they were rich and they had done a good job looking after their farm.

‘I can smell these goons from a mile away. I can smell one from the other’
Fantastic Mr Fox implied, I Inferred that he meant to say they were crazy and mean!

What does ‘glum’ mean?
It means to be sad or unhappy.

What are some inferences that you can make about the farmers?
They are very mean and don’t like the fox so they try to kill it with their  guns.

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This book so far is 5 out of 5 stars!

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3 comments

  1. Hi Anneliese,

    You blog is looking FANTASTIC, your posts this week on our new class novel Fantastic Mr Fox were a very enjoyable read, well done. I especially like the title ‘Mr Tail-less’ and the extra effort and creativity you have used when inserting your artefacts.

    Regards Mrs Harris

  2. Hi Anneliese,

    In your Fantastic Mr. Fox inferencing you made some spelling mistakes in there.

    What I liked that you used exclamation marks in your introduction.

    From Xavier

  3. Hi anneliese
    I really like your star rating artefact (it looks like you have really enjoyed the book). Your heading is really attractive which would inspire people to read it. I wish you had added the sentence with the word glum in it.
    From Jonah

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