Gaspard's Foxtrot included in Hatchard's 'Favourite Picture Books'

We're delighted to see that Gaspard's Foxtrot written by Zeb Soanes and illustrated by James Mayhew has been included in Hatchards' 'Favourite Picture Books' in the lead up to this October half term.

Hatchards is London’s oldest bookshop, having been established in 1797 by John Hatchard, publisher and anti-slavery campaigner. Hatchards has been a landmark on one of the finest and most famous streets in the world, Piccadilly, since Georgian times, occupying the current building, number 187. 

Find out more about Gaspard's Foxtrot below.

Gaspard’s Foxtrot is the fourth book in Zeb Soanes and James Mayhew's Gaspard the Fox series. In this tale, we see Gaspard's friend Finty the dog and her owner Honey  travelling to a classical concert in London’s Hyde Park – if only Gaspard could join them! But while good-naturedly attempting to return Honey’s scarf, the handsomest fox in London suddenly finds himself on a tour through the city’s streets aboard Finty’s bus passing some of London’s best sight-seeing spots such as: Islington Green, Museum Street, Chinatown, the theatres of the West End, Piccadilly and many more.

This latest adventure in the Gaspard the Fox series sees Gaspard thrust literally to centre stage as he becomes a musical inspiration.

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