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The Tallest of Smalls

The Tallest of Smalls

By Max Lucado
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.35 Stars

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On 2/6 Amy Armour wrote: Since the beginning with our children we have taught them gently that being with the ‘cool crowd’ is not always the best way to go of it. Trying so hard to fit in with some others just will drain your energy and leave you feeling empty. Using this book, ‘The Tallest of smalls’ by Max Lucado,I ... Great Encouragement for kids

Amy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/15 Stuart Dyckhoff wrote: This is a delightful children’s book by Max Lucado and definitely one to read with your children not too them or for them to read alone – especially younger children. There is lots that can be drawn out of the story about feelings that people have. Naturally, some Americanisms are included but these ... Tallest of Smalls - Book Review

Stuart's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/22 Gretchen Fleener wrote: The latest Thomas Nelson book we received was The Tallest of Smalls, by Max Lucado. It's a great kids' book, and Sammy sure seems to enjoy it. The story is about the people of Stiltsville, and how some of the citizens walk around high on stilts, while others are down on the ground. Only the most special ... Book Review: The Tallest of Smalls

Gretchen's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/2 Brett Hendrix wrote: The Tallest of Smalls is Max Lucado’s children’s book based on a parable from his book Fearless. The story follows a young man named Ollie from Stillsville. He and other common people are not considered good enough to join the elite wearing stilts. One day, he is given the opportunity, but it all ... Review of The Tallest of Smalls by Max Lucado, Illustrated by Maria Monescillo

Brett's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/14 Mary Joy Pershing wrote: Having the opportunity to read and review Max Lucado’s The Tallest of Smalls, Illustrated by Maria Montscillo is one of the reasons I love being a blogger review team member for Thomas Nelson Publishing!!! As in the past, Max Lucado has managed to write a children’s story that children young and old can enjoy and ... Book Review–The Tallest of Smalls by Max Lucado

Mary Joy Pershing's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/6 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: I was excited to receive my first brb book - The Tallest of Smalls by Max Lucado. Having never read the book fearless which this parable is taken from I was able to read this with only an incling as to what the book was about because of the title. The pictures are bright with a unique style to them. ... The Tallest of Smalls by Max Lucado

Geoffrey's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/24 Carol McFarland wrote: Max Lucado's book The Tallest of Smalls deals with the topic of fitting in - something we all go through, young and old. In Stiltsville, everyone came out at 6:00 p.m. to see if they had been picked to receive their own set of stilts. Stilts meant you fit, you belonged. The story follows the life of ... A Message for Everyone - Young and Old

Carol's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/18 Jana McCraine wrote: The next book I reviewed for Thomas Nelson was Max Lucado’s, “The Tallest of Smalls”. This is a children’s book that is probably aimed for the age range of 7-12, although I think children of all ages will enjoy the book. My first impression was to notice the interesting and unique illustratios ... A Great Parable, with Wonderful Illustrations!

Jana's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/13 Elizabeth Ingersoll wrote: I don't need a long post to review this book. I can sum it up in three words: Just buy it. I love it. You'll love it. Give as gifts. Keep for yourself. OK, so several sets of three words :-) But you get the point. This is a great little book, beautifully illustrated, with an even more beautiful ... Just buy this book!

Elizabeth's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/7 adamcdennis wrote: Max Lucado’s The Tallest of SmallsWhen I first read Max Lucado’s Fearless and learned about the people of Stiltsville, I thought it to be a rather amusing way of relating a serious issue. Imagine my surprise when I saw the illustration be turned into a children’s book.Lucado’s The Tallest of ...

adamcdennis' Rating:

5 Stars