Happy Star Wars Day!

May the Fourth Be With You! Check out these fun Star Wars based crafts for our Mucky Monday. Don’t forget to post pictures of what you’ve made in the comments below.

We love FREE books!

We LOVE reading here at the fennec den and although we love buying books, free books are great! Here’s the latest edition to our freebie collection and on our virtual To Be Read pile – Aesop’s Fables ‘What the Fox Learnt‘. Download it and let us…

Fennec Book Club – Billy’s Monsters by Vincent Holland-Keen

This month’s book club read is ‘Billy’s Monsters’ by Vincent Holland-Keen. You can buy the book through the Fox Spirit Books website or Amazon. What will you find under your bed? Don’t forget to keep popping back to let us know what you think of the…

Friday Fennec!

Happy Friday! What are you reading this weekend?  

Happy Penguin Day!

Happy National Penguin Day! We LOVE penguins here at the skulk. These plucky little flightless birds live in some of the harshest places in the world. For more information on penguins check out this article from National Geographic. We’ve also found a free book about your…

Mucky Monday

I think the Mad Hatter would approve of these funky mugs from homeheartcraft, designed using sharpie pens on a white mug! Just a quick note, do NOT use the pens on the inside of the mug or around the rim – they aren’t food safe. Or alternatively…

Welcome to Mucky Monday!

We LOVE getting mucky here at the Fennec Den and every Monday we’ll be posting poetry, craft ideas, jokes and more all based on the yucky and mucky. We’d love to hear from you with any jokes and send us pictures of mucky craft projects you’re…

Fennec Book Club

As you know, we love books and reading so welcome to the Fennec Book Club! Once a month we’ll pick the best of genre fiction for children and young adults. We’ll be posting quotes, comments and opinions so join us on Facebook, Twitter and here. Tell…

Welcome

Some time ago Fox Spirit looked into the possibility of a line of books for younger audience members. The project was named ‘Fennec’ for the smallest fox, and we agreed we would very much like to publish G. Clark-Hellery’s novella ‘Ghoulsome Graveyard’. Since then what was an idea…