Grayson tells the story of a miraculous ocean encounter. Swimming outside the wave break training for a big swim Lynne became aware that something was swimming with her. It was a baby gray whale who had lost his mother. If Lynne didn’t find the mother whale, the baby would suffer from dehydration and starve to death.
Something so enormous—the mother whale was fifty feet long—suddenly seemed very small in the vast Pacific Ocean. How could Lynne possibly find her?
Grayson has been translated into 22 languages and sold over 100,000 copies as a New York Times best seller.
Released in paperback 2008