Libby Davis has been an educator for thirty years. Following Hurricane Katrina in 2005, she was one of fifty Houston teachers assigned to teach refugee children from New Orleans that were sheltering in the Astrodome. This native Texan was first introduced to professional writing as the niece of two acclaimed journalists, Wick Fowler, and Elizabeth Fowler Draper. Wick was a war correspondent with Ernie Pyle in World War II, and was a columnist for the Dallas Morning News. Elizabeth is the author of twelve books of poetry that were published in the 1940’s, and was a columnist for the Chicago Sun Times for many years. In the 1970’s while living in Vail, CO, Libby acquired a love for the outdoors and Colorado wildlife. The beautiful mountains called her back to Vail in 2015, where she taught art at Vail Christian Academy. Through the combination of an unplanned encounter with a fox, and her vivid imagination, the story of Fredrica the fox was created. Her art students created the illustrations for the book, which is the first one in a series called Vail Tails; fictitious stories incorporating facts about the area’s wildlife. Libby now resides in Houston, Texas, as a mother of two grown children, and the grandmother of three young grandsons; Tyler, Travis, and Liam. Despite having Parkinson’s disease, she continues to stay active as a grandmother and author.