Why do Foxes have white tails?

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In a post last week I made reference to the Oldsmobile slogan: “This is not your father’s retirement community…” Park Springs is the next generation of retirement communities and an innovation in independent senior living in Atlanta.

Another way Members are proving that to be true is the recent publishing of a children’s book written by a Member. The book, “Leela the Fox,” is published by Amazon and as you might have guessed, it’s about why foxes have white tails.

Avis Fox, the author and illustrator, wrote the book for her granddaughter who wanted a story about good foxes and not the sly, sneaky ones you often read about.Leela the Fox is a playful story of a curious and friendly little girl fox who finds herself in a bit of trouble.

When Leela forgets “Mom’s rule #1” she winds up stranded on a rock in the middle of the big river. With the help of her brothers and friends she is rescued, and in the process, contributes a defining trait to the world of red foxes. The book is written for ages 3 – 7.  Seeing as I have three kids within that age range, I have purchased the book and you can too at Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Leela-Fox-Foxes-White-Tails/dp/1466276940/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1323883593&sr=8-1

As you can see, Park Springs is more than just senior housing in Atlanta, it’s a place where active adults thrive as a community, doing and creating wonderful things!


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