A best-selling children’s author has hidden one of his books somewhere in Macclesfield.
Nathan Kift had fans of his book Harry the Happy Mouse secrete seven copies in seven secret locations in England.
One of them has been hidden somewhere in Macclesfield town centre by Jan Riley, whose three girls Scarlett, Sienna and Sylva, who all attend Ivy Bank primary school, are fans of the book.
Jan said: “My girls really enjoyed playing secret agents for Harry Mouse.”
“Inside the book is a handwritten note from the author that encourages the finder to read it, enjoy it then pass it on.”
The book was hidden yesterday (November 29).
Jan said: “After we left the book we hid and watched to see if anyone found it. Nobody had when we left. Harry is hiding somewhere in Macclesfield.”
Harry the Happy Mouse is a story of friendship and encourages children to be helpful and kind to one another.
Jan, who lives at Broken Cross, said: “The story also carries a pay it forward message. It is in this spirit that the books are left.”