This tells the story of how the crocodile lays her eggs on the same sandy beach each year, protecting them from preditors until they hatch, and then carries them in her jaws, one by one, to the water's edge. This book discusses the plight of a creature who has survived since the time of dinosaurs.
Jonathan London has a keen interest in the natural world that is reflected in many of his books for children, including At the Edge of the Forest; Let the Lynx Come In; Panther: Shadow of the Swamp and What Newt Could Do For Turtle. Jonathan London lives in Graton, California, with his wife and two sons. Paul Morin is an accomplished musician, as well as the illustrator of numerous books for children, including The Orphan Boy; Fox Song and Panther: Shadow of the Swamp. Paul lives at the edge of a forest in Ontario, Canada.