Miki

(2 reviews with an average rating of 4 out of 5)

Publisher: Hodder Childrens Books

Review

Miki and Penguin live in a cold, dark land where nothing grows. But one Midwinter Eve, the night when the moon can weave magic and wishes come true, they wish for just one little tree.

Miraculously one springs up - all it needs is lights to decorate it. However, despite all their efforts, the lights always fade - until Miki embarks on a wonder-filled odyssey into the blue ocean depths where the magic of Midwinter Eve provides them with a gift that will spread light across their world.

Shimmering like the northern lights, the illustrations' luminous blues and greens glow out of the darkness in this chilly yet elegantly magical wintry tale of determination, friendship and hope. An Antarctic journey in a book!

Share this page with your friends

More books like this

A Dot in the Snow

Author: Corrinne Averiss Illustrator: Fiona Woodcock

Miki the polar bear cub is bored: mum is fishing on the ice, but he wants to play. He sees a red dot, far in the distance: what could it be?

Read more about A Dot in the Snow

Brrrr: A Book of Winter

Author: Il Sung Na

When snow falls on the ground, and all the trees are bare, everything changes ... including the white rabbit!

Read more about Brrrr: A Book of Winter