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Tales From Red Fox Hill
In The Beginning
by W.K.Moffat

Even though he mistakes a skunk for a squirrel and gets too close to a porcupine for comfort, he is looked to as the leader of the other dogs at Red Fox Hill. Zadoc is the narrator of all the stories. There are five rescue dogs living with the Lady at Red Fox Hill: Zadoc, an Australian Terrier, Zhilo, a Golden Retriever, Zeeva and Tattoo both Silky Terriers, and Zoé, a Bichon. They enjoy fun and adventure together while learning important values and life lessons. A fierce predator can also be a protector, the smallest creatures can have the biggest hearts, and sticking together through difficult times can bring comfort and strengthen friendships. Join Zadoc and his companions as they go through the seasons at Red Fox Hill, making new friends and learning new things (sometimes the hard way) and, above all, doing it together.

Keith Moffat, who was born on the edge of the English Lake District, has always loved the outdoors. Upon arriving in Canada in 1961, he settled in the Laurentian Mountains in Quebec. He had a career in education as a teacher and department head in high school, and later as a school principal. Moffat has been president of his local Lake association and a member of the executive for many years. He has been actively involved with the Nature Conservancy of Canada, working to protect and preserve the land in and around the area where he lives. He has an extensive knowledge of the fauna and flora of the Laurentian area. Moffat is the author of Preserve and Protect—The Stewardship of Lac Brûlé and Laurentian Wildflowers, both of which are illustrated with his own photos. Tales from Red Fox Hill is the first of a series of three books for children. Moffat lives with his wife and two dogs in the Rouge River Valley in Quebec, Canada. He has two sons, and four grandchildren.


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