The last snows of winter are melting away and Little Albatross sits snug in the warmth of Mother Albatross' feathers. He grows bigger and stronger until one day Mother and Father Albatross go fishing together, leaving Little Albatross alone for the first time. Will they return in time to save him from the killer bird who is watching, waiting . . .?
Foreman and Morpurgo are the high priests of collaboration, understanding how to grab the reader tight from the first page
A breathtaking collaboration of words and pictures builds the suspense up to a nerve-wracking climax
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This story, with its stunning illustrations, will delight all animal lovers
A lyrical book, perfect for bedtime.
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