Lousi’s family is going to have an exciting trip to Japan, but Louis is distracted by something else during the whole trip. Can you guess what it was?
Parents have many struggles with their children overusing their tablets and computer games, and they would love to know how they can manage their kids’ screen time. “A dream journey to Japan” is about a family trip, which is full of excitement; of course, for the parents! Since their son has his eyes fixed on his tablet all along the trip, and he misses a lot. The story implicitly shows what a beautiful world is there outside the tablet and how you may easily miss so much fun and adventure if you do not put a limit on digital games and screen time.
Payam Ebrahimi was born in 1988 and started writing stories when he was 5. Then he went to school and kept writing stories. When he was 16, he started working for magazines as a humorist and kept writing stories at the same time. When he grew up, he studied nuclear physics and kept writing. As a university student he worked as a graphic designer, film editor, teacher, journalist and kept writing always. Now he is working as a copywriter and still keep writing stories.
Dina Leuchovius is a self-taught artist and illustrator from Sweden. She did commissions and product design before debuting as a writer and illustrator for her own book. Through that experience she found her passion in storybook and character illustration. She believes that imagination is a powerful skill, and nothing enriches it better than a good story.