Deborah Senn


Bo and her parents come home from home. The special thing about the family is that they have two places on earth called home: far-away-home and very-close-home. But it is not always easy to have two homes. Because no matter where you are, you miss one home. Especially when you leave loved ones behind.
With her parents, Bo sets out on a journey through her memories and imagination. And discovers that just because you are far away from home doesn’t mean home isn’t inside you or close to you.

It is a story about being in between, homesickness and longing, memories and discovering the ebb and flow of having twice as much of everything.

“Deborah’s story and her soft, colourful style are a warm reminder that we all have a place we call home – and many of us have more than just one.”

Francesca Sanna