The Tip of the Tale is a beautifully illustrated story of a fox hunting for a chicken dinner at the local farms. Rebuffed by barn cats at every stop, the wily fox decides to share the cat's bowl of milk and gets a surprise from the quick-footed cat!
This wonderful tale is an excellent early reader with the added surprise of hidden chickens at every farm and includes fox facts. The Tip of the Tale won first place in the Children's Book Category of the West Virginia Writers Contest as an unpublished manuscript.
About the Author
Suzanne Alexander has been a docent for the Huntington Museum of Art for over ten years as well as an outreach teacher for their Museum Making Connections program. Throughout her career as an elementary school librarian, language arts teacher, children's librarian in a public library, and book columnist, Suzanne has shared her love of reading and art. She currently writes stories and articles for children and young adults, and is a member of the West Virginia Writers, Inc. and the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. In her free time, Suzanne enjoys traveling which often creates inspiration for her writing.