The Not So Little Giant” is a delightful children’s book about a little giant named Otto and how he deals with being different.


Actor and playwright David Mulholland has completed his new book Otto: The Not-So-Little Giant: an enchanting tale that follows Otto on his journey to becoming the littlest giant in his village.

Mulholland has always had a passion for entertaining the next generation, as he writes: “One of his greatest joys over the years has been the opportunity to perform in original musical adaptations developed for young audiences. When theaters closed in 2020 due to the pandemic, a desire to continue reaching young audiences took David in a new direction. “Otto: The not-so-little giant” was born out of this wish and is his first children’s book.”

Published by Page Publishing, David Mulholland’s enchanting tale transports young readers to an extraordinary world of giants. The readers get to know all the families and children of the village, including Otto, the smallest giant in the whole village. This story follows as Otto comes to terms with being the youngest in the village.

When Otto’s best friend Lizzie goes missing, he’s the only one in the village who can save the day. All the things about the village that felt so big and alien to him at the beginning of the story begin to fit by the end. This event teaches Otto and young readers that being different is not always bad. “In fact, celebrating that difference often makes a child realize how special they really are,” Mulholland said.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can do so to buy “Otto: The Not-So-Little Giant” in bookstores everywhere or online in the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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