Ivan’s old house had always been so warm and friendly. This new one was NOT.
Ivan finds his new house strange and can’t sleep. He lies awake and then sees a shimmering light come down. The light turns into a creature called a Moji, and it takes him on a fabulous night-time adventure, up high into space, bounding through starlit forests and down deep into the oceans. Ivan has never had so much fun! And the magical Moji shows him that soon the new house will feel like home.
A gently emotional story to reassure fears about moving house, with stunning artwork and a wonderful magical element. The author/illustrator of Herman’s Letter has shown his breadth of talent with this new direction.
Deliciously droll scenes of the delectable duo, lift-the-flap postcards and an overloaded rucksack, and Tom Percival’s understated verbal humour are all part and parcel of this great follow-up story, at the heart of which once again, is friendship (Red Reading Hub on Herman’s Holiday)
Warm-hearted and full of the joy of friendship (Parents in Touch)
A magical, reassuring story about moving house to soothe even the biggest worries. For fans of Oliver Jeffers, Benji Davies and Rebecca Cobb