A crafty visit to Witchford Village College from the fox lady
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An award winning writer inspired pupils during a book fair at Witchford Village College.
Students from year seven were treated to a visit from Inbali Iserles, an irrepressible animal lover, and author of the fantasy fox series of books.
Inbali talked to students about her writing and how she penned her new book Foxcraft.
Inbali signed copies of her book during the book fair which was held in the resource centre during break.
Her first book of the Foxcraft trilogy is out now.
She is one of the team of authors behind the New York Times’ bestselling Survivors series, who writes under the pseudonym Erin Hunter.
Her first book, The Tygrine Cat, won the 2008 Calderdale Children’s Book of the Year Award in the UK.
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Inbali lives in Cambridge, England, with her family, including her principal writing mascot, Michi, who looks like an arctic fox and acts like a cat, but is in fact a dog.