Big Bob, Little Bob by James Howe
  

Synopsis

Big Bob, Little Bob by James Howe

It's not easy to become friends with someone who is nothing like you - but surprising things can happen when you give it a try. A comforting story of friendship for any child who does not conform to traditional gender stereotypes, this is the story of two boys, as different as different can be. Big Bob likes trucks and throwing balls and being loud. Little Bob likes dolls and jingling bracelets and being quiet. No matter what they do, they do not do it the same. But when they become new neighbours, they might just find a way to be friends...With humour and tenderness, James Howe and Laura Ellen Anderson beautifully depict the struggles and joys that come when friendships are forged between different kinds of people.

Reviews

Any story that challenges gender stereotyping is worth a look in my book. This one is delivered with a gentle humour that is accentuated by Andersen's comical scenes of the children at play. Definitely a book to share with those around the same age as the characters herein

About the Author

James Howe is the author of many books for children, including the Bunnicula series and the Misfits series. He is also the author of the Houndsley and Catina books, illustrated by Marie-Louise Gay, as well as Otter and Odder, illustrated by Chris Raschka, and Brontorina, illustrated by Randy Cecil. James Howe lives in the USA, outside of New York City. Laura Ellen Anderson is the illustrator of several books for children, as well as the author-illustrator of the graphic novel Evil Emperor Penguin. Laura Ellen Anderson lives in London with her Labrador dog, Scooby. Find her online at www.lauraellenanderson.co.uk and on Twitter as @Lillustrator.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

James Howe
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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

3rd November 2016

ISBN

9781406371116


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