In Goliath The Boy Who Was Different, critically acclaimed author and illustrator Ximo Abadía explores concepts of boyhood, growing up, learning, and the complexities we all face in search of our place. Abadía’s vibrant colours and distinctive modern style invites a new reading of a traditional story. Goliath is a tale that is sweet, funny and utterly charming.
Format: Hardcover, Full Colour, 40 Pages
Dimensions: 21cm x 33cm
Author: Ximo Abadia
Publisher: Little Gestalten
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