Flik, a dog fox born on a South Midland farm, is the hero of this book. He arouses mixed feelings wherever he goes. He is at once befriended and persecuted, hated and admired. While his story is fictional, all the details are based on fact. It is a fascinating and moving story, full of insights into a fox's way of life; one see Flik's courage and cunning, his resourcefulness and impudence, all of which help to make him a legendary character in that area of the country. The story is accompanied by 40 evocative illustrations by a new artist, William Finch.
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Glyn Frewer, who was born in Oxford, has written a number of titles for children, including two previous wildlife books. Before becoming a full-time freelance writer, he was an advertising copywriter and an Associate Director of a London agency. He is married with three children and lives in Gloucestershire. William Finch trained at the London School of Printing and, in his work as a photolithographic retoucher, has been involved in a number of specialised wildlife projects. Fox is his first book. He is married with three children and lives in Tonbridge, Kent.
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Buchbeschreibung Patrick Hardy Books, 1984. 1st edition.. Illustrated boards, dj, F/VG+. 142pp, 40 b/w illustrations, a nice fine copy in a near fine dustjacket. The story of a fox, Flik, as he lives on a South Midlands farm. Although a fictional tale the author gives a detailed account of the life of a fox. 500 grams. Artikel-Nr. 21172