What Does the Fox Say?

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Two Norwegian comedians had little idea that their electronic dance song 'The Fox', conceived as 'an anti-hit' to promote their TV talk show, would become a YouTube sensation and the top trending video of 2013. Now it is reinvented as a joyful, toe-tapping picture book, enjoyed by toddlers and teenagers alike.

A fox with attitude struts through the pages of this vibrant book, listening to the hoots, squeaks, woofs and blubs of an endearing menagerie of creatures. But what does the fox say? It's a complete mystery. When the fox opens his mouth, a cacophony of increasingly absurd lyrics explode onto the page.  Comic, colourful illustrations complement the wacky text and will bring a smile to readers young and old.

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