Small things /Material type: BookPublisher: Toronto, Ontario, Canada : Pajama Press, Description: 37 pages : illustrations ; 32 cm.ISBN: 9781772780420.Subject(s): Graphic novels | Anxiety -- Fiction | Mental illness -- Fiction | Stories without words | Graphic novelsSummary: In a graphic novel without words, a young boy struggles with anxiety, represented by a swarm of tiny creatures that gnaw at him, leaving him feeling isolated and out of control.Other editions: Reproduction of (manifestation):: Tregonning, Mel, 1983-2014. Small things
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
In this wordless graphic picture book, a young boy feels alone with his worries. He isn't fitting in well at school. His grades are slipping. He's even lashing out at those who love him.Talented Australian artist Mel Tregonning created Small Things in the final year of her life. In her emotionally rich illustrations, the boy's worries manifest as tiny beings that crowd around him constantly, overwhelming him and even gnawing away at his very self. The striking imagery is all the more powerful when, overcoming his isolation at last, the boy discovers that the tiny demons of worry surround everyone, even those who seem to have it all together.This short but hard-hitting wordless graphic picture book gets to the heart of childhood anxiety and opens the way for dialogue about acceptance, vulnerability, and the universal experience of worry.
In a graphic novel without words, a young boy struggles with anxiety, represented by a swarm of tiny creatures that gnaw at him, leaving him feeling isolated and out of control.