Literary Agent


by Gillian Rubinstein

“Tod stood frozen and looked back at the fox. He felt as if something wild leaped from the animal’s eyes and planted itself deep within him. It was the most exciting moment of his life. He could feel his heart beating. Then the fox’s sharp face softened – almost as if it recognized me, Tod said to himself afterwards. He felt he could just step forward and the fox would allow him to touch it.”

Winner Children’s Book Council Book of the Year – Older Readers, 1994

  • Year of Publication: 1994
  • Genre: Literature
  • Audience: Young Adult