The subtitle gives the one:- "Being a tale of the fortunes and misfortunes and divers misdeeds of that great Villain, Baren Reynard, the Fax, and how he was served with King justice. Based upon the Beast Sage." -- Possibly there is some demand for this sort of classic of medieval folklore, but, frankly, I doubt the spontaneity of the response on the part of children, and the deliberately sustained archaisms I found very trying. It is conceivable that the Laura Banmon illustrations, not as yet available, will justify the book on the ground of unity of conception and presentation. On the basis of galley proofs alone, the market would seen very limited.