The Incredibly Busy Mind of Bowen Bartholomew Crisp


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A unique book that celebrates being different and encourages children, educators and families to look at the world with curiosity and embrace neurological diversity.

A very personal story, close to the hearts of both of its creator, Bowen’s tale is sensitively written and full of colourful, lively illustrations.

It aims to offer hope to children who haven’t yet found their place in life by showing them that being ‘normal’ might just be overrated, and that to find success in life we should be valuing our differences.


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The Incredibly Busy Mind of Bowen Bartholomew Crisp

Written by Paul Russell
Illustrated by Nicky Johnston

Suitable 4+ years, 32 page Hard Cover 

Bowen Bartholomew Crisp’s mind is full of curious questions.

Why aren’t red pandas called orange ppandas?
Could a tortoise really beat a hare?
Are fireflies hot?

But his unique way of seeing things means he struggles to fit in.

It’s only when Bowen realises that his ability to think differently is actually his greatest strength the he finally finds his place in the world.

An inspiring story of embracing diversity and exploring our full potential.


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Weight 0.50 kg

Hard Cover, Soft Cover


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