Fantastic Mr Fox translated into Scots by James Robertson. Doon in the glen there wis three ferms. The men that owned them were aboot as scunnersome and grippy as ony men ye could meet. They were cried Fermer Boggin, Fermer Boonce and Fermer Beek. On a brae above the glen steyed Mr Tod, Mrs Tod and the fower Wee Tods. Ilka nicht, Mr Tod wid jouk doon tae yin o the ferms and help himsel tae a meal for his wife and weans. And so the scene is set for a muckle battle between the scunnersome fermers and the tremendous tods. In this new Scots version of Roald Dahl’s story, Fantastic Mr Fox, has been transformed into The Sleekit Mr Tod. He’ll need all his wily wits about him to escape the fermers’ wrath and find a new way to feed his family. But is he sleekit enough to succeed?