Bjørn F. Rørvik

Café Tip of the Tail

In Café Tip of the tail, Fox has a new hobby. He collects tail feathers and put them in an album. It is a difficult hobby. So far he has a collection of two feathers; Hen and Strange Hen. To better the situation, Fox and Piglet open a café for migrating birds under the old oak tree. Payment: one tail feather from every bird.

The café is a great success. The customers are very satisfied, and Fox is very contempt with the result. But all of a sudden the Great Green Slooth comes along, and everything is changed.

"Get ready for a great big laugh for the entire family. The author and illustrator really hit the bull´s-eye with this one."
STAVANGER AFTENBLAD

"The illustrations in this book are just precious. So ugly, cool, weird and funny that young readers flip eagerly through the book. Kids love shenanigans, and this book is full of it, both in story and images."
AFTENPOSTEN

Bjørn F. Rørvik

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Photo: Observatoriet

Since Bjørn F. Rørvik's first book was published in 1996, he has become one of the most successful and renowned children’s books authors in Norway. His book-series about The Three Billy Goats Gruff (ill. Gry Moursund), Purriot (ill. Ragnar Aalbu) and Fox & Piglet (ill. Per Dybvig) has sold in hundreds of thousands of books in Norway alone. His writing is full of crazy humour and original concoctions that make them great fun for readers of all ages.

Bjørn knows quite a lot about birds and animals, and enjoy traveling around Norway reading from his books.

Edited April 30, 2018 by Cappelen Damm Agency