Meet the stars of Dreamy Days and Random Naps: The Seekers

Hello fellow searchers for quietude, for a slower pace, for naps. We are The Seekers. We appear in the book Dreamy Days and Random Naps by our grand friend, Mawson. That’s Snow Dude in the chair. He doesn’t say much. He likes to put on his specs and look mysterious while he ponders about far-away things. I’m Goldy. I always look a bit like I might be wondering whether to wander off to discover something else. That’s because I am always wandering off somewhere else in hopes of finding things full of wonder.

Snow Dude and Goldy, always seeking for wisdom beyond the bounds

Our favourite things are poetry and runes and old books about myths and legends and imaginary maps that no-one has drawn yet of mysterious lands that we keep searching for. Snow Dudes favourite song’s are ‘Hey Dude‘ and “A Whiter Shade of Rather Pale Snow’ . I like ‘I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For ‘Coz I Don’t Know What It Is’ and “Seeking Against the Wind.’ Perhaps you haven’t heard those songs? They might be some of the songs that we Seekers seem to almost-but-not-quite-hear while we’re searching for all the songs that are still waiting to be written. We keep hoping that we will find them.

We appear in Dreamy Days and Random Naps of course, and you can also seek us out in another book by our grand friend Mawson. It’s called It’s A Bright World To Feel Lost In . We get lost in this bright world all the time. But we’re always confident that we will find ourselves again somehow. Peace be with you.

Mawson’s Guardian says: Thank you, Goldy and Snow Dude. And now a word about where to see more of our wisdom seekers. Dreamy Days and Random Naps is published by Odyssey Books. It can be found at Bookshop Org (supporting book shops everywhere) at Amazon everywhere, at Amazon Australia (where the Professors live), at BookDepository, at Barnes and Noble, at Dymocks, at Booktopia, and more.

 Review by Joey Madia: ‘It is profoundly beautiful and so very needed in our troubled, complex world. after you read it, hopefully with a group of family and friends, give yourself the gift of a good nap and mythic dreams.’

Review by Dash Fan: I adored Mason Bear, he has a big heart and children and adults will fall in love with him. I certainly did and I can’t wait to go on more adventures with him!

KINDLE: Mawson’s other books, It’s A Bright World To Feel Lost In and She Ran Away From Love , are FREE on Kindle Unlimited. Or buy them in Kindle for around $US 3. All the books are in soft cover copies that you can keep and turn to whenever you feel a bit too baffled, a bit too ruffled, and just want a cosy world to sink into.

You have wandered into Mawson Bear’s web-den. Mawson is a Ponderer of Baffling Things (between naps) and the Writer-Bear of It’s A Bright World To Feel Lost In  and She Ran Away From Love.

‘This little story made me well up. A lovely, poignant story with delightful illustrations.’ Jackie Law, Amazon Top 500 reviewer, about It’s A Bright World To Feel Lost in.

The book brings back such nostalagic memories that it made it comforting, like a  old security blanket.’  FNM Book reviews about Bright World.

Published by Baffled Bear Books

I am Mark, Guardian of Mawson Bear. Mawson is a big hearted, soul searching Writer-Bear. His little books are stuffed with moments of happiness for frazzled grownups. Why not slow down and relax a while with Mawson's friends in their cosy, whimsical world. Refresh the soul in the tranquility of innocent hours and simple joys.

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