Iggy follows his kite through a rip in the sky. Behind the sky, he makes new friends and joins them on a quest to find a stolen musical instrument that plays the weather.
Fantastic story. The narrator was rather stilted, but all in all, entertaining. Need to add 3 more words, so there they are.
This was a cute short story set to rhyme (similar in structure to "Twas the Night Before Christmas"). A boy is asked by his mother to clean his room and he gets distracted by his kite (this is an everyday occurrence in my house when I ask my kids to clean). He travels to the Land Behind the Sky to find his kite, which gets away from him, and ends up meeting interesting characters and helping to solve a mystery of the missing Stratosphere. I found the story very enjoyable, as did my children, ages 6- and 7-years-old. We listened to the Audible audio edition, and the narrator did a good job giving unique voices to each of the characters. There was an accompanying PDF so the kids could follow along (which I appreciated as they are learning to read), and it had beautiful, colorful images. The book was a lot of fun. I'm always happy to find audio books appropriate for my young kids.