On a quiet farm in a frosty England, under the glowing light of a magical milk moon, a boy calf is born. His name is Albi, and he has no idea how extraordinary he is going to be.
Several miles away lives a human boy called Rufus. Rufus is extraordinary in his own way, but he has no friends and no one to love him. Rufus seeks the family he never had, and he'll go to any lengths to find it.
Albi and Rufus must each embark on a journey that will take them across continents, showing them things they never believed could be true. But why are they so deeply connected? And will each extraordinary 'boy' find what they're searching for?
An epic, one-of-a-kind story to encourage empathy and open questioning minds.
Cover illustration by Levi Pinfold with interior illustrations by Angela Cogo.
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It was freezing and frosty, that January night.
Georgia Byng is a former actress and now children's author. Her best known work is Molly Moon's Incredible Book of Hypnotism and its sequels, recently adapted for the big screen. Georgia lives in London.More about Georgia Byng