Something was approaching the burrow. Something deadly. Something that made Sylvan's fur bristle with fear . . .
Knowing their lives are under threat, Sylvan and his brother and sisters have no choice but to abandon their burrow for ever. Together they set out on an epic journey along the Great River; but with dangers lurking at every turn, will they ever find a safe place to call home?
Now available in paperback, this exciting and beautifully-illustrated animal adventure has the makings of a future children's classic.
'Just the sort of book I would have loved as a child.' Gill Lewis
Tom Moorhouse lives in Oxford. When not writing fiction he works as an ecologist at Oxford University's Zoology Department. Over the years he has met quite a lot of wildlife. Most of it tried to bite him. He loves hiking up mountains, walking through woods, climbing on rocks, and generally being weather-beaten outdoors. The River Singers is his first novel.