Gaspard accidentally boards the Number 38 bus and has a thrilling fox-eye view of the sights, sounds and smells of London, but how will he ever get home? At Hyde Park he finds himself at a classical concert celebrating the city’s wildlife, and becomes front-page news when he trots out on stage.
This exciting third adventure for London’s handsomest fox is also a major new narrated concert work for children by the composer Jonathan Dove.
I’ve been gasping for more of Gaspard…and here it is!
— Julian Clary
‘This is a lovely story, beautifully illustrated and speaks to the hearts of all children, young and old.’
— Marin Alsop, conductor
“The wonderful thing about Gaspard the Fox is that it’s hard to imagine a time when he was never there. He has the look and sound – in the words and pictures on the page and, no doubt, the music of the orchestra – of a classic. Three cheers for Gaspard!”
— Philip Ardagh, Roald Dahl Funny Prize winning author
‘A love letter to London’
— BBC Music Magazine
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