Tom Percival, Tom Percival
Be open, be honest, be you! Big Bright Feelings for little people.
Norman had always been perfectly normal . . . until the day he grew a pair of wings!
Norman loves his new wings, and has the most fun ever trying them out high in the sky. But then he has to go in for dinner. What will his parents think? What will everyone else think? Norman feels the safest plan is to cover his wings with a big coat.
But hiding the thing that makes you different proves tricky and upsetting. Can Norman ever truly be himself?
This poignant and uplifting story about individuality is filled with stunning artwork in a striking minimal palette. From Tom Percival’s bestselling Big Bright Feelings series, it is the perfect book about self-acceptance and being yourself.
This joyous, original paean to individuality is sophisticated but deftly judged; children just starting to sense the invisible burden of peer group disapproval should find it especially heartening. -- Guardian Warm-hearted and full of the joy of friendship. * Parents in Touch * A lovely story about finding the best way to live is just to be yourself. -- Angels and Urchins This is a book that children of all ages will identify with. -- Early Years Educator This is a stunningly beautiful picture book with a heartfelt and uplifting message at its core. The story has been crafted with great love, care and thought. -- Little Parachutes [T]his is a sweet and truly uplifting story that celebrates diversity in a subtle but unique way, and inspires children to dare to be different and have the courage to stand out. -- BookTrust This is a stunningly beautiful picture book with a heartfelt and uplifting message at its core * Little Parachutes * If you need a book that tackles overcoming fears and finding your own rightful place in this world, then this is it * Picture Books Blogger * An elevating tale of finding the courage to be true to yourself no matter what * Red Reading Hub * Outstanding * Books For Keeps *
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