The Brockley Fox and other stories

Then Brer Fox heard someone calling his name. He turned around and looked up the hill. Brer Rabbit was sitting on a log combing the tar out of his fur with a wood chip and looking smug. "I was bred and born in the briar patch, Brer Fox," he called. "Born and bred in the briar patch." 
- Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby

Amazon is selling copies of 'The Brockley Fox and other stories', a children's book written by Millie Marsh. According to the blurb, none of the fox's adventures involve restaurant reviews:

The Brockley Fox and Orange the Duck and the four included poems are suitable for children aged between seven to eleven years of age. The Brockley Fox begins in the Court of the King of Britain. On hearing the news that all the foxes have been hunted the bad tempered King throws a tantrum. The King demands that his two loyal Lords find him a fox to hunt. They finally find the country's last refuge for foxes - London. However, when they kidnap Brockley, the clever, handsome fox their already troubled lives become a whole lot worse and what begins as the King's greatest triumph quickly turns into his biggest nightmare. In Orange the Duck, we meet Brockley again. In this adventure he has to organise a rescue of his best human friend, Lynda's favourite toy - Orange. Unfortunatly, Orange has been tidied up and accidently thrown away into a council rubbish cart. Can Brockley and his crack animal team rescue Orange from certain doom and mend Lynda's breaking heart?

Plot: good. Characterisation: Quite good.