The Fox and the Wild by Clive McFarland
  

Synopsis

The Fox and the Wild by Clive McFarland

Fred is a city fox. The city is a scary place for a fox like Fred. It's noisy, it can be hard to find food and it's often dangerous. One day Fred sees a flock of birds flying away over the city roofs. Where do they go? he wonders. And so he sets off to find the wild. All the other city animals say that there is no such place, but Fred knows better - or does he?

About the Author

Clive grew up in Northern Ireland before taking a ship to England to study art and design. He works with paint, crayons and cut paper to create his textured illustrations, and sometimes brings everything together digitally.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
40 pages

Author

Clive McFarland
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Publisher

Publication date

30th June 2016

ISBN

9781783703876


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