Small Sister

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 28 pages
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Small and Big are sisters. But Big can jump higher and run faster. Small is always stuck in Big’s shadow. So one day Small gets mad and does something very mean. Now she’s out of Big’s shadow, but she feels smaller than ever. Until Small discovers there are some things she can do that Big can’t. And that helping someone else—especially an older sister—can make even the smallest person feel very big. Brilliant illustrations with inventive perspectives anduse of shadows mark this delightful marriage of text and art.

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About the author (2006)

Jessica Meserve spent much of her childhood in New England, and now lives in the United Kingdom with her two children. She studied illustration at Edinburgh College of Art and worked in publishing as a children's book designer before going freelance to pursue a career as an illustrator. This is the first book she has both written and illustrated.

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