Goliath

The Boy Who Was Different

A story about finding your place in the world.

Goliath always knew that he was different. He was so much bigger and stronger than any of his friends or family. Tired of feeling out of place he goes on a journey to find a place where everyone looks like him–a place where he belongs. Out in the big world he meets the sea, the sun and the moon who help Goliath realize that everyone is different and this is what makes us special, no matter how we look.

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.

Authors: Ximo Abadía
Release date: April 2019
Format: 8-1/4 x 13 in
Features: Full color, hardcover, 40 pages
ISBN: 978-3-89955-826-5

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For shipments to Canada a flat of 10.00 USD will be charged.

Any shipping costs will be assessed during the checkout procedure and take into account the full value of goods purchased.

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Once your order is processed and an order confirmation is sent, you will be able to track your shipment using the link in the order confirmation. You will also be able to track your order in your customer account.

Deliveries are usually received within 1-2 working days. We will try to inform you of any unexpected delays.

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Full refunds are available up until 14 days after the order confirmation is sent. You bear the direct costs for returning the products. More information on our return policy is available here.
Goliath always knew that he was different. He was so much bigger and stronger than any of his friends or family. Tired of feeling out of place he goes on a journey to find a place where everyone looks like him–a place where he belongs. Out in the big world he meets the sea, the sun and the moon who help Goliath realize that everyone is different and this is what makes us special, no matter how we look.

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.

3 - 5 years English Little Gestalten picture books

Authors: Ximo Abadía
Release date: April 2019
Format: 8-1/4 x 13 in
Features: Full color, hardcover, 40 pages
ISBN: 978-3-89955-826-5

Shipping Costs

All orders to the US will be shipped for free.

For shipments to Canada a flat of 10.00 USD will be charged.

Any shipping costs will be assessed during the checkout procedure and take into account the full value of goods purchased.

Payment 

For shipments to addresses within the US, payments can be made using credit card, or PayPal.

Gestalten uses a secure payment system to protect your information. More information on our security procedure is available here

Shipping
Once your order is processed and an order confirmation is sent, you will be able to track your shipment using the link in the order confirmation. You will also be able to track your order in your customer account.

Deliveries are usually received within 1-2 working days. We will try to inform you of any unexpected delays.

Returns
Full refunds are available up until 14 days after the order confirmation is sent. You bear the direct costs for returning the products. More information on our return policy is available here.

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