Giant Jack

Giant Jack

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Giant Jack, a rat growing up in a mouse family, suffers from being larger and clumsier than his siblings, until Mother Mouse explains that his differences make him special.

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From the beginning, Jack was different -- much bigger than his sisters and far too clumsy to join in their games. His sisters are always laughing at him. But when Mother Mouse explains to Jack that his difference is what makes him so special to her, Jack is transformed. Happy and confident, he loves being big and strong, and his sisters discover just how great it is to have a brother like Giant Jack.

Comical pictures illustrate this comforting story that will reassure adopted children and any youngster who has ever felt "different."

Publisher: New York : North-South Books, c2002
ISBN: 9780735816213
Branch Call Number: JX FIC MUL
Characteristics: [26] p. :,col. ill. ;,23 x 30 cm.
Additional Contributors: James, J. Alison


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