For a tiny unicorn, Eunice has big dreams. She really wants to compete in the Great Unicorn Games, but even with all the effort and practice she can muster, she's just no competition for all these able-bodied athletes. That's when the most wonderful idea turns into a truly great reality. A celebration of universal design and our unique abilities, Great and Small celebrates what unifies us - our glorious diversity.

AGES: 4 plus

Author: Alison McLennan is a children's author from Brisbane. Her first picture book, Hotel For Bees, was published by the State Library of Queensland in 2020, as part of the Stories For Little Queenslanders Series. Her second picture book, Growing Pains, was published by EK Books in June 2021. Her graphic novel, A Flood in the Village, was published by Library For All, as part of their Natural Disaster Education Series. And her short stories have appeared in The School Magazine and the Scary Stories For Brave Kids Anthology. Alison is a proud member of SCBWI, a mother of two beautiful teenagers and one fur baby and when not writing children's books, works as a professional voiceover artist and singer. Her illustrated children's picture book Great and Small is a celebration of ability, diversity and the power of inclusion.

Illustrator: Connah Brecon, originally from the UK, is an author-illustrator based in Victoria, Australia, where he lives with his wife and daughter and cat and plants. Connah has written and illustrated six picture books, and illustrated many more stories written by Australian authors.