an environmental treatise than a talking animal story, Coming
Home to Newfoundland is a story of a transplanted moose,
long since acclimatized to New Zealand, who decides to make
the lengthy and arduous journey home.
the way she witnesses humanity’s destructive tendencies firsthand
and incites revolutionary zeal in nearly everyone who crosses
her path. The orangutan in Sumatra, the Aurochs on the Steppes,
and many indigenous people along the way are inspired by her
unwavering quest and her tale of environmental destruction
and activist movements.
her she leaves committed activists who begin the laborious
process of bringing the earth back to the species who live
upon it. The world will never be the same because a moose
decided to go home to Newfoundland.