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Big author Tim Hopgood review ¾ eBook or Kindle ePUB ï [Reading] ➶ Big By Tim Hopgood – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk A refreshingly simple book that celebrates growing up Up UPTim Hopgood's stylish illustrations bring this endearing little boy to life as he contrasts himself with an ant a bear and an elephant The bo A refr IendThis book confronts a preoccupation of every child and every child will recognise and empathise with this little boy's wish to be BI. Fabulously fun with great opportunities for participation and actions The dynamic font style size and presentation act as a visual literacy aid and support children learning to use varying tones when telling a story

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Big author Tim HopgoA refreshingly simple book that celebrates growing up Up UPTim Hopgood's stylish illustrations bring this endearing little boy to life a. A fun story of a boy discovering his size relative to the other things he can find in the world He says about how he is able to know he is growing A good story for early years to have them discover the relative size of things in the world