Fox say Book

Fuchs says book

Ylvis, Christian Lochstoer, Svein Nyhus, hardcover. Featuring more than 200 million viewpoints and the highly acclaimed YouTube movie, this book is full of sexy entertainment. Ylvis' YouTube sensational "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)" meets Svein Nyhus' frisky illustration in this irresistably amusing read-aloud storybook. The Ylvis family consists of the Bård and Vegard Ylvisåker family.

Not only are the Brother's gifted performers and quite good performers, they have been working for many years as commedians and chat show presenters in their home Norway. The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)" was released on YouTube on September 3, 2013. Now they have combined their funny texts with Svein Nyhus' entertaining illustration to develop a whole new perspective on the fox's uniqueness.

The Fox? is Ylvis' first storybook. Løchstøer wrote the text of "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)" with Ylvis. He' s editor-in-chief of Tonight at Ylvis and has been working with the two since 2007. Nyhus is a Norvegian writer and illustrated children's work.

Childrens book version of "Was sagt der Fuchs?" is a complete success

One line from the new children's book Was sagt der Fuchs? Sayid book - basing on last summer's silly virus hits - is a best seller. On YouTube, the beloved YouTube musical movie by Norway's comedy duet Ylvis - the Bard and Vegard brethren - is not a low-cost trunt with which one can profit from the clip's rapid uptake.

Indeed, the concept of making such a book was always in the brothers' heads. Ahead of the start of the fox phenomenon, the Brethren tried to win the support of Norway's illustrated author Svein Nyhus for the book series. In November, Simon & Schuster registered for the US patents and created the book in a simple business process.

It made a good start, sold out at Amazon in a single working days and put into print after print, while being placed on best-seller listings across the country.

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