A profound and poignant story that celebrates the true meaning of home, from award-winning and bestselling Smriti Halls and rising star Alice Courtley.
Award-winning Smriti Halls presents this heartwarming tale that teaches us that home is always in your heart.
What does home mean to you? Home is where you’re known, understood and where you can truly be yourself. But is home a place, or is it a feeling? Following Bear’s journey far from home and back again, you will see that home is not one place, it’s the people who love you. And most importantly, you can hold it with you wherever you go.
Smriti Prasadam-Halls is an award-winning, internationally bestselling British author whose books have been published in more than 30 languages, and include I Love You Night and Day (Publisher’s Weekly #1 bestseller, Wall Street Journal bestseller), The Ways of the Wolf (English Association Non-Fiction Winner) and Don't Call Me Sweet (Booktrust Treasure Pack). Smriti worked for the BBC and across children’s publishing and television for twelve years, as a writer and commissioning editor. Smriti lives and works in London with her husband and three sons.
Alice Courtley is an award-winning illustrator who studied on the prestigious Cambridge MA in Children’s Book Illustration, where she developed a passion for character and print-made texture. Alice is based in Cambridge.