When someone living in the land of the giants is small, he’ll have a hard time. Just like someone who turns out very tall in the land of the dwarves. The giants laugh about the short one, the dwarves ridicule the tall one.
A vividly told story that explains the issue of being different to the youngest of readers – humorously and in a fabulous colourful and vibrant scenery.
by Barbara Nascimbeni & Werner Holzwarth
“A fairy-tale-like story with a topic that is particularly important in the daily lives of the target audience: friendship and being different. Brightly coloured […] with very clear and large illustrations this is a perfect book to read to children and it offers starting points for a group discussion. Reading pleasure for big and small dwarves!” – Leipziger Lesekompass
- Winner of the Leipzig Reading Compass 2012
Peter Hammer Verlag | hc | 24 pp | 328 x 252 mm | 2011 | 4+
Rights sold: Portuguese
[original German title: Kleiner Riese, großer Zwerg]