One night Joe leaves his window open and with a swirl of leaves and a flap of feathers, the Wild invites him outside to explore the night-time city.
Joe learns that animals and plants can thrive even in the most built-up environment, and that with a bit of imagination, a city can be full of surprises.
Featured in the Sunday Times Best Books for Children 2023: “A teeming, colourful paperback picture book about a city child’s relationship to wildness, in the streets and in his dreams, with a faint echo of Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are.” ― The Sunday Times
“This bright and busy picture book will delight young readers with its plethora of gorgeously illustrated animals, and Joe’s adventure into his imaginary wild space.” ― BookTrust
“A joyous celebration of nature in urban environments and a child’s imagination.” ― LoveReading4Kids