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The man with small hair loves his small hair. He also loves his short pants, zing-a-ding boots and clickety-clackety beads. He cartwheels with joy and bursts into song when he wears them. But the man with small hair is the only person who wears his hair small, and no one else has colourful boots or musical beads either. He decides to hide the things that make him happy in order to blend in with the crowd. Until one day he looks in the mirror and doesn't recognise the man staring back at him.
The Man with Small Hair is an uplifting story about self-confidence, bravery and dancing to the beat of your own drum.
Jane Jolly is best know for her titles Tea and Sugar Christmas (CBCA 2015 Notable), One Step at a Time (CBCA 2016 Honour Book) and Papa Sky (CBCA 2018 Notable). The Man with Small Hair is her first picture book with Little Hare. Jane lives in Strathalbyn, South Australia, and works part time as a primary school teacher.
Andrew Joyner is an Australian illustrator and cartoonist. In 2009 his first picture book, The Terrible Plop, written by Ursula Dubosarsky, was published. The book was shortlisted for many awards, including the CBCA Book of the Year 2010 and the PM's Literary Awards 2010. In 2013, Andrew illustrated Jan Ormerod's The Swap, which won the 2014 CBCA Book of the Year, and has been translated into 14 languages. Andrew has achieved huge success in both Australia and overseas with his Little Hare titles - What's the Matter, Aunty May, One Little Goat and Yobbos do Yoga - and, more recently with The Pink Hat, published by Penguin Random House. Along with his children's book work, Andrew illustrates regularly for newspapers and magazines, both locally and internationally. He lives in Strathalbyn, South Australia, with his family and nineteen pets.