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Big and Me

Big and Small are machines that work together as a team, But some days Big goes a bit wobbly, and I get a lot worried. Through the book Big malfunctions in a variety of ways and Small tries to help with the assistance of The Boss, Mechanic and Tools.

A metaphor for a child living with an adult who suffers from mental illness.

Age 7+

Hardback book

David Miller was born in Sydney during the second World War. This is his fourteenth picture book and the fifth that he has written. His books are illustrated with photographs of his dramatic, colourful, 3D paper sculptures.

Big and Me

Author: David Miller

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