Elizabeth Wilson Grierson was the famous Scottish author which was best known by Children's Tales From Scottish Ballads (1906), Scotland (1907), Vivian's Lesson (1907), The Children's Book of Celtic Stories (1908), Scottish Fairy Book (1910), Canterbury (1910), St. Paul's (1910), Hereford (1911), Florence (1912) and Tales From Scottish Ballads (1916). A unique brief story about Fox and The Wolf who lived together in a cave near the sea-shore. They might have lived together always, had it not been for the slyness and greediness of the Fox, who tried to over-reach his companion not nearly so clever as he was. One day two friends went to the sea-shore looking for something to eat and they found it. But wise, greedy and sly fox didn't want to share. What did the fox? Does the sin always find the culprit? You'll find out at the end of the story.