Strong and Mighty Max is just like any other child his age, apart from his shorter limbs.  For a child born with a rare genetic condition Max helps them to see that they too can dream big. This beautifully illustrated picture book engages the reader to think about differences and is an excellent educational tool for learning the values of kindness and acceptance.


Working with Schools

Strong and Mighty Max, revised edition two introduces the character Katy to the reader. Katy is trainee teacher who just happens to have been born with dwarfism. She emphasises the values of kindness and the importance of education being key to understanding differences and disabilities.

Working with schools

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