The Hare On The Moon treasure hunt book

Joanna May, author and illustrator of the book, has kindly offered to donate 1/3 of the sale price of this book to Wiltshire Wildlife Trust

The Hare On The Moon is a beautifully illustrated treasure hunt book, in the style of the the famous 1970s Masquerade treasure hunt book.

This magical book is hard backed with a gold foil and embossed cover, with gold foil borders and embossed flowers and symbols. All the borders and icons are spot varnished. For something even more special, there are 500 signed, limited edition versions which are also available to order here.

This book is bound to become a family treasure, perfect for coffee tables, and will make a very special gift.

In the book, you will embark on a mystical journey, with the hare and the help of the man on the moon, to unlock the star signs and to find the treasures which help to release her. The pages are interspersed with beautiful illustrations helping to guide you. Your mission is to find the clues, identify the required words and find the map coordinates to locate the sacred site. Only the author of this book and her husband know where the important site is, and they enticingly believe it is as likely to be solved by a bright teenager as an Oxford Don.

The prize for the first person to correctly identify the location is a beautiful original Joanna May painting – ‘Three Hares on a Golden Moon’ – depicting the famous three hares with the interlinking ears believed to be an ancient fertility symbol. The prize is in safe keeping and can be viewed at her Gallery in Devizes. There will be a prize giving ceremony when we have the winner!

On the 21.11.21 the book is still unsolved and will continue into perpetuity until someone solves it. The lucky winner will now be informed in seven days of their correct entry.

Key details for the standard edition book:

  • Measures 370mm x 246mm
  • Hard backed with gold foil and embossed cover
  • Spot varnished borders and icons

Order now to become part of the journey!

Author and illustrator Joanna May with the prize painting