Product Description A post-pandemic bedtime tale that has captured the hearts of millions. First performed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, tomos Roberts' Inspiring poem, with its message of hope and resilience, has been viewed over 60 million times and translated into over 20 languages worldwide. From simple acts of kindness, to the creativity within us all, the great realisation is a celebration of the many things that have brought us together at a time of crisis. It captures, with magical resonance, the thoughts and feelings of millions worldwide as we adapt to a new way of life, cast aside old habits and reflect on what truly matters to us. It is a story for all readers, young or old, who dare to dream of a fairer, kinder, more loving world. About the Author Tomos Roberts (Tomfoolery) is a spoken word poet, performer and filmmaker, born in New Zealand and brought up in Wales. He launched his YouTube platform on 22 March 2020 and, just five weeks later, uploaded a performance of ‘The Great Realisation’, featuring a cameo from his seven-year-old brother. The video has since been viewed over 60 million times. Tomos has been interviewed on This Morning, by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, and his story has been reported all over the world, including in the Daily Mail and the Washington Post. C elebrities including Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore, Khloé Kardashian and Jake Gyllenhaal have praised his heartfelt work. Tomos lives in London. Nomoco is a Japanese artist and illustrator, whose joyful artwork has been publishing and exhibited all over the globe. Nature and sound are key inspirations for her work, which is realised in a range of different media, including inks, silkscreen and lithography.Nomoco is the illustrator of Once Upon a Raindrop, written by James C arter, which was nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal 2020 as well as being shortlisted for the UKLA Award 2020, Information Books category. She has produced artwork for clients as varied as the Royal School of Music, the Guardian, the New York Times, Moschino, Marc Jacobs and Pocko. She lives in Tokyo.