To celebrate their tenth birthday, the excellent Slightly Foxed have published Slightly Famous People's Foxes, a charming little collection of vulpine characters drawn by (very) famous friends of theirs, with all profits from the sale of the book going to the Hospital School at Great Ormond Street.
Oliver Pritchett has written a witty introduction on 'the literary fox', and has furnished each drawing with a commentary, but the sketches themselves show a great deal of humour and often not inconsiderable talent for the medium!
Just as an example of their work, below are foxes drawn by Alexander McCall Smith and Diana Athill,
while other contributors include Tracy Chevalier, Alan Garner, Andrew Motion, Isabel Colegate, and Michael Palin (there are 26 in all).
The book costs £5 and is available from the Slightly Foxed website and all good bookshops.