By Sara Pennypacker, Illustrated by Jon Klassen

The moving story of the extraordinary friendship between a boy and his fox and their epic journey to be reunited. Beautifully illustrated by multi-award winner, Jon Klassen. Now available in Paperback!

Pax was only a kit when his family was killed and he was rescued by ‘his boy’, Peter. Now the country is at war and when his father enlists, Peter has no choice but to move in with his grandfather. Far worse than leaving home is the fact that he has to leave Pax behind. But before Peter spends even one night under his grandfather’s roof he sneaks out into the night, determined to find his beloved friend. This is the story of Peter, Pax, and their journeys back to each other as war rampages throughout the country.

A profound and moving story with stunning illustrations by award-winning illustrator, Jon Klassen, ‘Pax’ is destined to become a classic in the vein of ‘Charlotte’s Web’ and ‘Watership Down’.

Format: Paperback
Ageband: from 9
Release Date: 01 Sep 2017
Pages: 288
ISBN: 978-0-00-815828-6
Sara Pennypacker is the author of the award-winning, New York Times best-selling Clementine series, the novel ‘Summer of the Gypsy Moths’, and the picture books ‘Pierre in Love’, ‘Sparrow Girl’, and ‘Meet the Dullards’. She lives in the US. You can visit her online at Klassen is a Canadian writer and illustrator of children\'s books and an animator. He won both the American Caldecott Medal and the British Kate Greenaway Medal for children\'s book illustration, recognizing the 2012 picture book ‘This is Not My Hat’.

”'Pax the book is like Pax the fox: half wild and wholly beautiful.” - New York Times

'A heart wrenching masterpiece about the relationship between a boy and his fox' The Guardian -

'A touching story about a boy and his pet, as well as a depiction of the devastating and often unseen consequences of war' Book Trust -

”'A beautifully wrought, utterly compelling novel about the powerful relationship between a boy and his fox.” - Sainsbury’s Entertainment

”'Every moment in the graceful, fluid narrative is believable … Moving and poetic.” - Kirkus