New Fiction Tells a Tale of Mistrust, Acceptance, Family and Ingenuity
In two separate forests near a riverbank, there lived two sister foxes. One was a mischievous, fun-loving fox with deep dark eyes and a silver coat that gleamed under the full moon. The other fox was a disciplined, bright-eyed rule-follower with a bright orange coat that reflected the midday sun. The two never got along and, as such, kept to themselves in their own sides of the woods. But when the going gets tough, they are caught and have to work together to escape a dangerous scenario.
"The Sister Foxes" is a tale of mistrust, acceptance, family and ingenuity. Initially, the book was made in response for Enloe's senior high school project. This project encompassed an eight-to-ten-page paper that showed the benefits and correlations of young readers and their literacy skills. The book took over three weeks to write and another two weeks to finish illustrating. Each of the illustrations were hand drawn by the author herself.
"In a way, the book is relevant to the way people think. Do they break the rules or do they follow the rules and stay in control?" the author mused. "It tells a story that everyone secretly deals with. I think that it will appeal to people's amusement and their sense of self-confliction."
Through "The Sister Foxes," the author hopes to convey the message of mutual respect towards each other despite having differences in looks and point of views. For more details about the book, readers may visit https://www.amazon.com/Sister-Foxes-Elizabeth-Enloe/dp/1546251715.
"The Sister Foxes"
By Elizabeth Enloe
Softcover | 8.5 x 11in | 24 pages | ISBN 9781546251712
E-Book | 24 pages | ISBN 9781546251729
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Elizabeth Enloe, born in August 1, 2000, is a first year college student in Diablo Valley College. She is the eldest child in a family of four, which includes her mom, Jane, her dad, Tim, and her younger brother, Kurtis. She was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder when she was 5 and her mother has been doing everything she could do to help ever since. She likes listening to music, dancing, writing short stories, drawing pictures, swimming and going on trips with her family. "The Sister Foxes" is her first published book.
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