'Where land becomes sky and the sky becomes sea,
I first saw the whale, and the whale first saw me.
And high on the breeze came his sweet-sounding song
'I've so much to show you, if you'll come along'.
Come on a magical journey of wonder and discovery from misty seaside shorelines to cold ice capped seas. This beautiful tale of friendship between a child and a whale invites us to consider our responsibilities towards the environment and makes a direct plea to end plastic pollution.
Publisher: Scallywag Press
Number of pages: 32
Dimensions: 280 x 240 x 9 mm
'A rolling, rhyming text that scans and richly textured images celebrate the sea through a child's lyrical journey on the back of a whale. With a concluding call to arms about clearing the 'plastic soup'.'The Sunday Times Culture Magazine;'Not since 'The Snowman' has a journey conjured so much sheer joy, connection and imagination... empowering and positive, a book that explores our connection with the natural world, text and images working beautifully together.' Books for Keeps, Book of the Week