Frani and the Little Red Fox – A story for ChildrenBy Artie Knapp
Pictures by Katherine Thomas
Three hippopotamuses were snuggled close together. And they were frightened. A lion sitting close by was, too. Everything was shaking all around them.
“Oh no, here it comes!” said one of the hippos.
Click over to read the rest of this delightful story by prolific children’s book author Artie Knapp, with illustrations by Katherine Thomas
About Artie Knapp
In 2006, Artie Knapp wrote a children’s story titled The Wasp and the Canary. Artie had never intended on becoming a children’s author, but after that story was published it would lead him on a journey that has become his life’s calling. To date, he’s had over 30 children’s literature works published that includes books, videos, stories and poems. These works have been published in over 300 publications across the world. In India, distinguished publishers Orient BlackSwan and Oxford University Press have both used Artie’s stories in course books across the country. Among his writing credits are the children’s books Stuttering Stan Takes a Stand, and Living Green: A Turtle’s Quest for a Cleaner Planet, a shortlist finalist for the Green Earth Book Award. Artie is a member of The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, and graduated from Ohio University. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, with his wife and daughter.