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This book is perfect for anyone whoâ€™s ever felt that size doesnâ€™t matter. Samâ€™s dad thinks Sam is too small to fly a kite. When the kite runs away everyone has a try at catching it, e.g. the postman and his sack of mail, a bank robber escaped from jail... and animals at the zoo! Guess whose big enough to save the day? Written with great rhyming text and rhythm, we fell head over heels for this book.
|Publication date:||2nd October 2003|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers|
Jonathan was born in Leicestershire in 1965, the son of a rig fitter and a primary school teacher. It was while he was at college, studying architecture, that he first developed his skills as a writer and illustrator, creating detailed illustrations to accompany poems and lyrics that he had written. After leaving college, he worked as an architect for several years, before pursuing a full-time career in children’s books. In addition to writing picture books such as Bringing Down the Moon, Someone Bigger and Pigs Might Fly, Jonathan also writes and paper-engineers pop-up books.He lives in Nottingham ...More About Jonathan Emmett