A very interesting story about the miraculousness of our existence - while yet only very few people really seem to wonder about that. IF one thinks about it, it is a miracle you exist - not just talking about the origination of the earth and life on it, but the fact that YOU are alive means EVERY of your ancestors has survived natural disasters, pandemics, wars, diseases, etc etc. Well isn't that a miracle?
At the same time, this is a story about creation and the question whether we are real creatures or just products of someone's mind. But if there was such a God, why don't we ever see him? Because the creator cannot live next to its creations, for it would make them aware of the fact they are just creations.
These philosophical questions are packed in a wonderful fairytale like story, about a boy who travels to Europa with his father to find his mother and becomes a grownup on the way. He is one of the "chosen ones" so to say, by receiving the story of Frode and his patience cards that came to life.
A recommendation for every little philosopher around.