Be transported to the Hamlet of the Lost where scarves play Twister, spoons get into brawls and hats are hilarious! A phantasmagorical world where lost property ends up when there's no chance of it being found. A place where they can move, talk and possess peculiarities, just like the humans who made them. It falls to Jeremiah Buttons, Keeper of the Hamlet, to greet new arrivals that 'dwoosh down the dwooper' and help them settle in places such as Socksville and Spectacle Junction. Enter Theodore Through the Trends, a teddy bear with a twist! In a hippy get-up, Theo insists he must return to the little girl who owns him as, "there's some serious, heavy stuff going down man!" Along with a few other residents of the Hamlet of the Lost, Franc Coin, Gentleman Glove, Geraldine Achoo, Eric Cell and a bunch of keys called the Clinks, Jeremiah and Theodore set off on a dangerous quest to return the teddy bear back home.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.42(d)|
About the Author
Mimi Martin lives and works in the Scottish Highlands. Jeremiah Buttons and the Hamlet of the Lost is her first children's novel. Her second novel, Montrose Gillespie and the Dwongle Dwee Race is set in her native Scotland and tells the tale of friendship between a genius boy and an invisible being. Mimi is currently working on a detective novel for kids. She is married with four children.