on 28 January 2002
Although the later asterix books are still very high quality, Uderzo, doing both writing and illustrating lacks the subtlety and imagination of Goscinny. Thus this book is a treat for any fans of the series but should not be anybodies introduction to the stories.
on 28 September 2000
A very humerous and easy to read book, that has keeps the reader interested. As always Asterix and Obelix have a great adventure.
After a baby is left at Asterix door the hunt is on for the baby's parents. With many funny situations the parents are discovered with a twist.
Goscinny and Underzo should be congratulated on the story.
This book is for all ages, especially the young at heart.
When reading watch out for cows pretending they are rattles.