Heidi is a complete natural when it comes to playing hide-and-seek.
So much so, that her friends often struggle to find her.
She needs to find a way to include all of her friends. So when someone suggests a space-hopper race, Heidi jumps at the chance.
It’s only then, that they each discover something very special about themselves.
Woodcock’s clever use of pattern, texture and vibrant splashes of colour, make for a truly engaging read and in a style all of her own.
Whilst relatively new to children’s publishing, Fiona holds 15 years in animation and she is definitely one to watch out for.
The sparse use of text intertwined with bold colour makes for a very fluid read and one which flows gently along the unfurling storyline.
This is an extraordinary debut from Fiona and we can’t wait to see what she produces next.