Synopses & Reviews
Chantlcleer the rooster had a dream about a terrible beast. "Ears and nose and teeth...all sharply pointed!" And then, early one morning, something foxy creeps into the cabbage patch, and waits... This time around, Helen Ward has chosen an ancient tale--one featured in Chaucer's The Nun's Priest's Tale--but is most likely of 12th century French origin. The illustrations feature many rare breeds of farm animals, all of which are superbly illustrated and described in an appendix.
The Rooster and the Fox is an illustrated retelling of Chaucer's "The Nun's Priest's Tale."