Big Tree in a Small Pot

This is Josephine’s first YA (Young Adult) novel.

Privileged, sensitive and smart, sixteen year-old Eric Teo learns by accident that he has a Peranakan grandmother – a woman with a dark past who isn’t allowed to see him. Curiosity, together with simmering tensions at home, drives him to go on a search for her to unearth the truth.

Rajah – thoughtful, unflappable and visually handicapped – lives modestly with his music-loving family, who do their best to help him live a normal life.

When the two boys meet, each brings with him something the other must learn, and a friendship is forged that will change them both. Then a tragic event occurs, and their newfound bond is put to the test. Set in modern-day Singapore, Big Tree in a Small Pot explores the meaning of friendship, family, loss
and the values we live by

Published by Marshall Cavendish International (Asia)
ISBN 978 981 4779 75 3
Singapore 2018
133 pages

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