The adventures of badger Tommy Brock and his arch enemy Mr. Tod the fox. The tale is critically considered one of Potter's "most complex and successful in plot and tone." A delight!
>The Tale of Mr. Tod is a book written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter. Mr. Tod, a fox, and Tommy Brock, a badger, are both troublesome neighbors and "disagreeable people". Mr. Tod owns a number of homes around the wood. Whenever he moves from one house to another, Tommy Brock moves in to the vacated premises, without permission. This version is published in the Audible Enhanced audiobook format.
Listen to the story about two disagreeable people called Tommy Brock and Mr. Tod. Nobody could call Mr. Tod nice. The rabbits could not bear him; they could smell him half a mile off. He was of a wandering habit, and he had foxey whiskers; they never knew where he would be next. One day he was living in a stick-house in the coppice, causing terror to the family of old Mr. Benjamin Bouncer. Next day he moved into a pollard willow near the lake, frightening the wild ducks and the water rats. Read in English, unabridged.
Benjamin Bunny and Peter Rabbit are on a rescue mission. Tommy Brock, a rather devious badger has taken Benjamin's children. A property dispute between Tommy Brock and Mr. Tod (a disreputable fox) turns out to be just what Benjamin and Peter need to stage a rescue. A fun short story for all ages from the pen of Beatrix Potter. Narrated by Glenn Hascall.