A project to re-introduce beavers brings a town together against a common threat, in this touching tale from master storyteller Gill Lewis.
Times are tough for Cari and her mum. A violent storm has flooded the valley where they live, destroying their home and cafe business.
Things seem bleak - but hope appears in the form of a plan to reintroduce beavers into the area, as the changes that these amazing animals make to the waterways might prevent another flood.
Cari knows that she has to get involved. But with the project facing resistance from locals, can she convince them to give the beavers a chance - and will it be enough to save her home from being destroyed for a second time?
Gill Lewis worked as a vet in the UK and across the world before becoming the acclaimed author of several books for children, including Swan Song and Run Wild. Gill's writing has earned her numerous awards such as the UKLA Children's Book Award and the Little Rebel Award, and several nominations for prestigious awards including the CILIP Carnegie Medal.
Children’s & educational
Paperback - B format
Animal stories (Children's / Teenage)