Mid Summer With Mossy Book


Mossy is a greenman of the woods.
He lives on an old oak tree.
His best friend is Lichen.
their world is shaped by folklore and customs found throughout our collective history, along with current environmental concerns.
This is his second adventure.

Join Mossy and his friend Lichen on their second magical adventure. The mid summer flowers have not opened and the bees are sad. Can Mossy and Lichen help the bees and find a way to make the mid summer flowers open in time? With help from some old friends, Holly and Ivy and The Root Folk band as well as some new acquaintances they meet along the way they just might be able to save the day once again and bring joy to the bees and the forest.

Mid Summer With Mossy is the second book in the Mossy series and is an original fable for children ages 3+ that using traditional spring and summer folklore to create a unique summer adventure and explores how important bees are and that natures natural balance is maintained.

Mossy is a co-commission between Analogue Farm and The Boo



Recommended for children 3+

To book your Mid Summer With Mossy book, click on the BOOK link on this page.

We will aim to post books within 3 working days, but we are working in reduced capacity so this may take longer. All books will be sent by 2nd class post but please allow upto 14 days for delivery.

Please make sure that your booking address is correct and up to date.

We have made our current programme of events “Pay What You Can” to make our events affordable to all our audience. However if you are able to donate the price of a book this will help us to continue to keep theatre affordable to all.
The recommended donation for the book is £10 to cover the full cost of creating the book and postage.
Pay What You decide is entirely up to you and you’ll receive the same book whatever you decide to pay.

You only need to buy one ‘ticket’ per book, if you buy more than one ticket we’ll send you that number of books.

If you have any questions, please email michelle@horseandbamboo.org