Are you ready to join us in the Fairy Fort?

It’s here! All of us here at the Fennec Den are so excited to announce the publication of ‘The Girl in the Fort’ by Tracy Fahey, with the beautiful cover by Jacob Stack.  Set in rural Ireland of the 1980s, The Girl In The Fort is…

Writing the fairy fort by Tracy Fahey

With her first novel for Fennec being published on Thursday, Tracy Fahey discusses writing ‘The Girl in the Fort’ over on her blog. Here’s a little about the book: Set in rural Ireland of the 1980s, The Girl In The Fort is a novel about fables,…

Writer spotlight: Tracy Fahey

We’re all very excited here at the Fennec Den about our upcoming publication ‘The Girl in the Fort’ from the very lovely Tracy Fahey. Tracy’s short stories have been have been featured in the Fox Spirit anthologies ‘Drag Noir’ and ‘The Girl at the End of…

You’re banned! 

It’s ‘Banned Book Week’ where we celebrate (?) all the books which have been banned in different countries. The banning of books is always a contentious issue, as parents demand the right to guide or shelter their children from certain topics or issues, or governments try…

Launching the Fennec Kit Club

If you would like to nominate a child for the Kit’s Club you just need to send their first name and postal address to adele@foxspirit.co.uk or kit@kitthefennec.co.uk They will receive a membership card and a badge straight away and then every Christmas a card and a…

Coming Soon

Our first title Ghoulsome Graveyard has been out for a while now, if you don’t have it you might want to consider it for Halloween reading. Excitingly our second title is coming soon, The Girl in the Fort by Tracy Fahey. ‘Your actions affect others; you…

Summer Reading Challenge

The summer holidays are quickly approaching. Libraries are running a summer reading challenge where you read 6 books during the holidays. What books will you choose? Let us know below.  We may also run our reading group. What books do you think we should include? Here’s…

Michael Bond, author of Paddington Bear, dies

We’re saddened today at the Fennec Den to hear of the passing of Paddington Bear writer, Michael Bond. With a career spanning over 50 years, he created such beloved characters the French detective Monsieur Pamplemousse (one of our favourites!), Olga da Polga, A Mouse Called Thursday…

Stay cool!

Phew! Are you melting in this heat like us? Perfect time to grab an ice cream and curl up in the shade with a good book! Don’t forget our first publication, Ghoulsome Graveyard by G Clark Hellery is available now!  And we’re loving the artwork by…

Happy Father’s Day! 

Wishing all the dad’s out there a fun-filled (and ice cream filled!) Father’s Day, from all of us at Fennec 🦊