Teeny Tiny Santa (Board book)

By Rachel Matson, Joey Chou (Illustrator)

Cartwheel Books, 9781338318494, 16pp.

Publication Date: September 17, 2019

List Price: 5.99*
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Description

Join this teeny tiny Santa on a BIG Christmas adventure!

In a teeny tiny village
On an evening cold and bright
A teeny tiny fox
Dreamt of Christmas night.


This teeny tiny fox fears he is too small to get a visit from Santa. But with a teeny tiny ho ho ho... the most magical visitor arrives on this snowy Christmas night! Discover a heartwarming festive read-aloud, full of vibrant illustrations, bouncy rhymes, and holiday magic!


Celebrate the seasons with Teeny Tiny!


About the Author

Rachel Matson works in publishing and lives in Brooklyn, New York, in a teeny tiny apartment with some teeny tiny mice.



Joey Chou was born in Taiwan and moved to sunny California in his early teens. There he received his BFA from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Joey works by day as a visual development artist on feature animated films, and by night as a picture book illustrator.


Praise For Teeny Tiny Santa

Praise for Teeny Tiny Santa:

"It's a teeny tale of holiday magic just right for its tiny board book format." -- Publishers Weekly

"A small fox receives a special holiday visitor: a Santa who is just his size. How often do young children fear the world is too big and overwhelming to notice them? In this adorable board book with an appropriately tiny trim, a diminutive fox worries that Santa will overlook him because he is "too little / And Santa's sled too high." But the "teeny tiny fox"-and toddler listeners-is reassured that he won't be forgotten when the titular "teeny tiny Santa" not only notices the fox, but brings him a fun-sized "teeny tiny treat," finishing up the visit with a "teeny tiny pat"-all images that are sure to delight youngsters... The rotund Santa, the angular and sleek fox, and a team of wee reindeer all have a vintage, 1950s look that well complements the straightforward story. Festive fun." -- Kirkus Reviews