Hyll Fox

Not wanting to be late, one fine morning, one fine day, Vernon Vole and his friends get underway and head for their annual village fete. Once there, they enjoy all the fun of the fair, meeting friends old and new, and later at a tea party, even a gnu. On their next venture together, again in good weather, they arrive at a market, selling all sorts of things; one stall being run by a gnat, another ran by both a bat and a fox, who, like his colleague, apparently has wings.

This collection of seven short stories, written in a freeform rhyming verse style by Hyll Fox, will charm and delight in equal measure, making this collection the perfect addition to any bookshelf.