Luna loves library day: that's the day she spends with her dad. Exploring the shelves they find magic, mystery and even start to mend their own history. An inspiring story from one of the UK's greatest up-and-coming poets for children, captured in all its flights of fancy by newcomer Fiona Lumbers.
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"This is a touching reflection on the power of reading to bring families together; Fiona Lumbers' illustrations convey Luna's vivid inner life, while Coelho's lyrical style celebrates the joyful curiosity of early childhood." * Amnesty International * "An ode to love and different kinds of families, with lyrical text and richly coloured, warm illustrations." * Irish Independent, Best Books of 2017 * "A lovely book about the power of libraries to stoke the imagination... Never doubt the power of a book, nor the essential importance of a library to the soul of a community" * Early Years Educator * "An affectionate, loving and gentle story that approaches the subject of separated/divorced parents, brilliant accompanied by spot-on heartwarming illustrations, ensuring that, no matter what, children will feel loved." * INIS * "A truly lovely story... a great read for children whose parents are separated or who are going through a divorce" * Storytime Magazine, Book of the Month *
Joseph Coelho (Author) Joseph Coelho is a performance poet, children's author, playwright and winner of the Centre for Literacy in Primary Education Poetry Award 2015 for his debut poetry collection Werewolf Club Rules (Frances Lincoln, 2014). Joe has written plays for the Polka Theatre, Soho Theatre and the Unicorn Theatre and creates dynamic poetry theatre pieces for young people that he tours nationally. He also performs with the UK's top performance poetry organisation, Apples and Snakes, visiting venues across the UK. Joseph has also been a guest poet on Cbeebies' Rhyme Rocket. Fiona Lumbers (Illustrator) Fiona has drawn on anything and everything from an early age and always insisted she would be an artist when she grew up. Fiona moved to London in 2000 to study for an MA in Painting at the Royal College of Art. A combination of her obsession with picture books and the arrival of her first son led her down the path of illustration and she hasn't looked back since. othing makes her happier than splashing watercolours and inks and conjuring up new characters - often influenced by the exploits of her two sons.