Big or Little? by Kathy Stinson
  

Synopsis

Big or Little? by Kathy Stinson

A big favourite about being little, now available as a board book. It can be tough sometimes, trying to figure out if you're a little kid or a big one. Putting your shoes on all by yourself means you're big. But if you can't get your shirt over your head, that must mean you're still little! The child in this classic story by Kathy Stinson goes through the day wondering which activities mean you're big, and which mean you're little. Counting to 10? Definitely big! But can't reach the biscuits...certainly means little. Being big sure would be great...but being little is okay, too. Still in demand after 25 years, Big or Little? is back with a shorter text adapted for toddlers, and wonderfully imaginative new illustrations. Full of the everyday struggles and triumphs of growing up, this favourite story will resonate with pre-schoolers everywhere.

Reviews

This board book version of Big or Little? is a definite must-buy for the toddler crowd, and it's also a most worthy purchase for those libraries that already own one or both of the earlier versions.--Dave Jenkinson CM Reviews (04/04/2014)

About the Author

Kathy Stinson is the author of over 25 books for young people, including the beloved, bestselling Red is Best. Jennifer A. Bell is an illustrator of almost a dozen children's books, as well as magazines and greeting cards.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
24 pages

Author

Kathy Stinson
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Publisher

Annick Press Ltd

Publication date

4th April 2014

ISBN

9781554516100


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