A group of children go on a strange voyage through a fantastic and whimsical land where tickle trees tickle and luminous frinks play hide-and-seek.
Chae Strathie grew up in the beautiful World Heritage village of New Lanark in central Scotland and he has worked as a reporter and sub-editor for <i>The Sunday Post.</i> His award-winning children’s books include <i>The Loon on the Moon</i> and <i>Jumblebum.</i> Chae lives in a small coastal village in Fife with his wife Corinna, daughter Eilidh, a one-eyed cat, two two-eyed cats, a goldfish (full complement of eyes also) and numerous uninvited spiders (eyes: lots).
Poly Bernatene was born in 1972 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and has been drawing ever since. He graduated from Buenos Aires’s art school, where he developed a great interest in managing different techniques in his work, which has always been based on experimentation and diversity. Poly’s work is constantly changing and developing as he looked for new ways to tell stories. He has worked in advertisement, animation, and comics. During the last fifteen years, he established an exciting career as a professional illustrator, having published more than sixty children’s books in eleven countries.