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Jemima Small is funny and smart. She knows a lot of things. Like the fact that she’s made of 206 bones, over 600 muscles and trillions of cells. She’s funny and smart. And, in defiance of her name, she’s also big. Why is that a problem? It shouldn’t be. Yet it always makes her feel small. She hates being called ‘Jemima Big’ and being forced to join the school health group – aka Fat Club. She’d love to apply for her favourite TV show, but she knows people will laugh. But maybe it’s time to stop trying to shrink, and focus on growing her confidence. The biggest stars in the sky are the brightest. And maybe it’s her time to shine…
- A fresh and poignant story of learning to love who you are
- Selected as the Bookseller Book of the Month for July 2019
- Explores bullying and self-esteem in a witty, empowering way
- Tamsin Winter won widespread acclaim for Being Miss Nobody
- It won the Awesome Book Award and the Brilliant Book Award
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