Book Review: The Fox Girl and the White Gazelle

The Fox Girl and the White Gazelle

by Victoria Williamson

Myrick Marketing & Media, LLC


Children’s Fiction , Middle Grade

Pub Date 14 Sep 2018

I am reviewing The Fox Girl and White Gazelle through Kelpies and Nethalley:

Reema remembers her life in Syria by running. Caylin runs to see if she can find what she has lost.

Reema is a refugee trying to find her place in Glasgow, she finds herself having to learn a new language and she is without her brother.

Caylin is Reema’s Glasgweian neighbor. Lonely, Caylin lashes out, but one day the girls find an injured fox and her cubs hiding on their estate, causing the girls to form a wary friendship. Soon the girls start to realize they are more a like than they could have imagined, both girls love to run. As the girls begin to believe in themselves and others again they realize home is the people you love.

I give The Fox and the White Gazelle five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

Michelle Renee Kidwell

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Faith is the strength by which a shattered world shall emerge in the light: Helen Keller