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Not So Small

Pat Zietlow Miller, Paola Escobar (Illustrator)

Hardcover

List Price: 17.99*
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Description

All Are Welcome meets Sometimes People March in this uplifting picture book with an empowering message: No matter your size, you can do big things.

This joyful book celebrates the many ways people can join together to become something bigger—an unstoppable force. Each and every one of us can use our voices to make a difference!

The lyrical text by New York Times bestselling author Pat Zietlow Miller is brought to life with vibrant illustrations by Paola Escobar. This stirring book will inspire readers of all ages.

A small voice can travel for miles.

Showing kindness.

Hope.

And love.



Praise For Not So Small

“Vignettes bubble with optimistic energy, showing hopeful-faced kids of various abilities and skin tones building up organizing steam for an array of causes. Stirring.” — Publishers Weekly

“Reminds readers that talking to others, writing to express an opinion, marching for a cause, and performing good deeds can effect change.” — Booklist

Quill Tree Books, 9780062847447, 32pp.

Publication Date: May 3, 2022



About the Author

Pat Zietlow Miller is the New York Times bestselling author of Be Kind. Her first book, Sophie’s Squash, received a Golden Kite Award, a Crystal Kite Award, a Charlotte Zolotow Honor, and an Ezra Jack Keats Honor. She is also one of the creative forces behind the blog Picture Book Builders. She lives in Wisconsin with her husband and family. Visit her online at www.patzietlowmiller.com.



Paola Escobar is a graphic designer and illustrator from Colombia. As a child she loved drawing the stories told by her grandmother, and it was her dream to become an illustrator for children’s books. She is the illustrator of the award-winning picture book Planting Stories: The Life of Librarian and Storyteller Pura Belpré as well as many other critically acclaimed picture books. She is proud to have illustrated stories that celebrate cultural diversity and champion unsung heroes. Paola lives in Bogotá, Colombia, with her husband and their dog, Flora.