Not many boys can claim to own a tame fox. David Grant, living on a farm in Sussex with his adopted parents, is lucky. Foxy is not only a lively and attractive three-year-old but he has introduced his young master to the wonders of the countryside. Adventure comes into the boy's life when he discovers a family of badgers living in the woods near to the farm. But David hears that someone in the village plans to kill the badgers. How can he save them?
This is an exciting and unusual story which will appeal to boys and girls of all ages. David sees the world through the eyes of his pet, which he claims is 'Much better than a dog.' When you have read Foxy and the Badgers you will want to tell your friends to read it.