The Resource Big!
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- Tim Hopgood
- Features illustrations of a little boy, who contrasts himself with an ant, a bear and an elephant. In this book, the boy grows throughout the story, and by the end he's bigger than his best friend.
- "Beautifully composed drawings with retro charm... Hopgood catches precisely the situations in which children know they've grown." King Kalli Magazine "Beautifully portrayed... with a plethora of mathematical ideas and comparative language this is a must for all early years." -- Jill Bennett Red Reading Hub
- Biographical or historical data
- Tim's first full-time job was in the Art dept. at iconic street-style fashion magazine i-D, followed by a brief spell at British Vogue (during the time Anna Wintour was Editor). Tim's first book, 'Our Big Blue Sofa' won the Cambridgeshire 'Read It Again!' Award in 2007. This was followed by 'A Dog Called Rod' which was shortlisted for the Red House Children's Book of the Year Award 2008 and the British Book Design Awards 2007. As a freelance illustrator, Tim's work has appeared in Tatler Magazine, Harpers & Queen, GQ and Joyce. Other clients include: The National Portrait Gallery London and The Royal Court Theatre.
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- Intended audience
- from 0 to 5 To 5
- Literary form
- non fiction
- Summary expansion
- This is a refreshingly simple book that celebrates growing up Up UP! Tim Hopgood's stylish illustrations bring this endearing little boy to life as he contrasts himself with an ant, a bear and an elephant...The boy grows throughout the story, and by the end he's bigger than his best friend. This book confronts a preoccupation of every child, and every child will recognise and empathise with this little boy's wish to be Big! This book is Shortlisted For The Inspiration Book Award 2014 (0-4YRS CATEGORY)
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