Running Wild by Michael Morpurgo | Book review | Books | The Guardian

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Michael Morpurgo's latest children's novel reviewed by Linda Newbery

The former children's laureate has the happy knack of speaking to both child and adult readers, and of his vast body of work some of the most successful novels (Kensuke's Kingdom, War Horse, The Butterfly Lion) are those exploring bonds between humans and animals. With its emphasis on animal instincts and social behaviour, Running Wild, part epic adventure, part plea for threatened habitats, will surely rank alongside his best-loved books. LINDA NEWBERY

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