This is a picturebook with a short film version. A woman returns home from her exciting life in the city to visit her grandmother, but finds that she is a giant compared to her, representing her sense of maturity and new-found independence. However, as she reconnects with her grandmother, she shrinks, returning to childhood. This simple idea is beautifully represented, demonstrating the power of wordless storytelling to depict what might take many words to explain. The film and book could be discussed together to explore differences between storytelling modes. Young people aged 12-15 years old will be able to relate to the story and consider the value of ‘home’.