Remember the days when reading under the duvet with your torch was the single most naughty thing you could do? Me to; I was an expert at bidding my mum goodnight, feigning a yawn, waiting the requisite couple of minutes as she padded down the landing and then getting stuck into whatever book was dominating my imagination at that time. Now Hat-trick Design and illustrator Rebecca Sutherland have created a book which plays on the illicit thrill of sub-bedclothes literary experiences, with monsters, magic tricks and mysteries which are only revealed by the light of a torch.
It’s a really nice idea and those behind it have clearly given their inner children free rein to create something weird and wonderful. What’s that, you’re after a punny title too? How does Hide & Eek grab you? Yeah thought so. Night mum…
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