- a beautifully illustrated tale of a young fox and a magical
'[A] delight, full of peril, friendship and mysticism'
A young white fox called Dilah returns home to find his mother
gravely injured. Before she dies, she tells him about a treasure
with the power to make animals human.
The clues to its location are contained in a moonstone buried
beneath their den - but wicked blue foxes seek the treasure
too, and Dilah must race to find it first.
Along the way, he meets all sorts of other creatures: a friendly
seal, an ancient tortoise and a fierce leopard - but
can he stay one step ahead?
The first book in the White Fox series, a bestseller
The first middle-grade children's fiction series
ever to be translated into English from Chinese.
Themes of conservation, nature, civilisation and what
it really means to be human.
Translated by the award-winning Jennifer Feeley, with
gorgeous black-and-white line illustrations by acclaimed Chinese
artist Viola Wang.
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 130 x 198 x 20mm | 210g
- 05 Sep 2019
- Chicken House Ltd
- Somerset, United Kingdom