A Fox Called Sorrow: The Legend Of Little Fur
A half-starved fox was limping towards the outskirts of the sprawling grey city over which the storm spread its black and ragged wings. It stopped to sniff at the wind and read the warnings and signals. But its anguish was so great that if the world were to end it would not have minded. It limped on. The fate of the elf-troll, Little Fur, becomes entangled with the mysterious fox, Sorrow, who longs only for death. Together they must travel to Underth, the troll king's underground city, on a dangerous quest to uncover his evil plans. The wise Sett Owl has foreseen that the future of the earth spirit, and perhaps all living things, depends on the success of this quest. Led by a greedy, devious rat, how can they succeed? But how can they fail, when so much is at stake?
- Hardback | 208 pages
- 139.7 x 177.8 x 20.32mm | 476.27g
- 01 May 2006
- Penguin Books Australia
- VIKING CHILDREN'S BOOKS
- Hawthorn, Australia
- 2nd edition
About Isobelle Carmody
Isobelle Carmody has written many award-winning short stories and books for young people. She began the first of her highly acclaimed Obernewtyn Chronicles while she was still at high school. The Gathering was a joint winner of the 1993 CBC Book of the Year Award and the 1994 Children's Literature Peace Prize, and Billy Thunder and the Night Gate was shortlisted for the Patricia Wrightson Prize for Children's Literature in the 2001 NSW Premier's Literary Awards. The Legend of Little Fur is Isobelle's first series for younger readers.