A little red fox is stealing chickens from a nearby farm. The farmer and his wife hatch a plan to stop the fox from being so naughty, and find a way for them to live happily together. In her first children’s book, E.H King tells the enchanting story of how foxgloves got their name. Beautifully illustrated by Beth Giles, the illustrations are a joy to explore, with well-observed details.
5 Stars – Fantastic book. I am 27 years old and I loved this little story. It is a quick read but has a great pace and a brilliant story line that has a moral of the story and teaches children about the meaning of the flower (in the authors mind). I am currently working on a children’s book and this is great inspiration to me.
E. H. King was born in the summer of 1992 in the Rhondda Valleys, South Wales. Being an only child she enjoyed the company of her own imagination and inherited her parents skill for story telling. After excelling at English language and literature throughout her educational career, King decided to work towards getting a job in the literary world and in 2014, just a few months before graduating from Swansea University with a degree in English Literature, she landed a job at Onion Custard Publishing and wrote her debut book, “Foxgloves”. E. H. King lives with her husband, Stephen, in the small village of Llanharry on the outskirts of the Rhondda Valleys and can often be found with a latte in one hand and a book in the other.
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