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A magical, wintry tale that will make the perfect Christmas gift for fans of Holly Webb.
The neighbours all complain about the foxes hanging around the flat where Cassie lives, close to the river Thames, but Cassie thinks they're beautiful. Her favourite is a small fox with a white tail-tip, who she names Frost. One night she catches sight of him out in the snow, looking cold and thin, and decides to sneak him some food. But Frost seems to want her to follow him. As he leads Cassie towards the river she feels the world change around her and finds herself in the back in the 17th century - at the time of the Frost Fair on the frozen Thames. At first she is thrilled by the sights and sounds of the famous fair, then she glimpses a fox with a white tail-tip. It appears that Frost wants her to follow him again. Can she find a way to return the fox to his countryside home?
Praise for The Winter Wolf :
This is a beautifully written book that will delight Holly Webb fans and animal lovers alike. Book Babblers
Holly Webb's third book for Christmas is just as magical as her previous festive titles, and will delight her loyal fans everywhere. Words for Life
This timeless story... is brimming with adventure, excitement and goodwill, and is brought to life with expressive and evocative illustrations sure to strike a chord with children of all ages. Lancashire Evening Post
|Publication date:||6th September 2018|
|Publisher:||Stripes Publishing an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers, 7+ readers|
Holly Webb was born and grew up in south-east London, but spent a lot of time on the Suffolk coast. As a child, she had two dogs, a cat, and at one point, nine gerbils (an accident). At about ten, Holly fell in love with stories from Ancient Greek myths, which led to studying Latin and Greek, and eventually to reading Classics at university. She worked for five years as a children's fiction editor, before deciding that writing was more fun, and easier to do from a sofa. She started writing several years ago while working as a children&...More About Holly Webb