What happens when a star falls to earth . . . and doesn’t know how to get back home? A magical, mysterious story that’s perfect for bedtime. One night, when the moon is shining and a dormouse is having fun with the fireflies, she spots a gentle glow in the woods. The light comes from a golden star that has fallen to Earth and needs to get back home. Dormouse and her woodland friends do their best to help the star return to the sky, but one by one they fail . . . and the star grows paler and paler. Will the mysterious Frog finally succeed? Filled with atmospheric illustrations and soothing, dreamlike text, this heartwarming picture book will enchant children.
Przemysław Wechterowicz, Polish author of children’s picture books, poetry and theatre plays. He has published 27 titles, and his works have been translated into English, German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Chinese and Korean. His books have received prestigious awards in Poland and abroad (such as Warsaw Book Award, “White ravens” for four titles) and critical acclaim. He lives in Warsaw with with his wife, daughter and an elderly cat.