It's summer in the big forest and the rabbit children are looking forward to their first Midsummer party. Owl, who knows everything, says Midsummer is a time for dancing, love and magic. What a fun time they will have!
Then a terrible storm sweeps through the forest and the woodland animals must find shelter at Grump the tomte's cottage. Will the magic of Midsummer help restore harmony to the forest in time for the party?
This follow-up to The Yule Tomte and the Little Rabbits is an enchanting story in twenty-one chapters, which in the Northern Hemisphere is read through June to conclude on Midsummer's Day. In Australia it would make a lovely read through December to culminate on the Summer Solstice (as an alternative to Advent stories), or even after Christmas in January to enjoy the experience and stories of summer.
Ulf Stark masterfully weaves together drama and comedy to create a heartfelt and truly magical story. Award-winning illustrator Eva Eriksson brings the charming characters to life with delightful seasonal artwork.