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The Tallest of Smalls
By Max Lucado
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 10/23 Jolene wrote: In, The Tallest of Smalls, Ollie, a resident “too-small” of Stiltsville, is not considered a popular person. In fact, he never even wears matching socks! All the popular people have a pair of stilts to make the tall and inherently, better. As is custom, every day the entire population of “too-smalls” ... The Tallest of Smalls by Max Lucado
On 10/23 Tracy wrote: Max Lucado's children's book "the tallest of smalls" is a parable from his book "Fearless". I think this is a fantastic book for children, I read it to my little guys here and they absolutely LOVED it. It was simple enough for them to follow without too much trouble, but still kept their attention. They ... The tallest of smalls
On 10/23 Delilah Gibson wrote: The Tallest of Smalls by Max Lucado and illustrated by Maria Monescillo is a children’s story about wanting to fit in with the crowd. We’ve all felt the disappointment of not being chosen by the “in” crowd or wanting something very strongly only to find that when we have this thing, it is not ... The Tallest of Smalls--a book review
On 10/23 Nate Payne wrote: The first book I ever read by Max Lucado was “You Are Special” I enjoy that little book so much the meaning that was brought out in that book still with me today. Much like that book Max has done it again with his new book “The Tallest of Smalls”. It is a parable take for Max’s book “Fearless” ... The tallest of Smalls
On 10/22 Erin Sipes wrote: After reading Max Lucado’s Fearless I was jumping at the chance to review his newest children’s book, The Tallest of the smalls. On the first page Lucado asks parents, “What do you do when your child feels small and insignificant? What do you say to smooth hurt feelings? What does your child need ... Feeling Tall!
On 10/22 Canadianladybug wrote: The Tallest of smallsWritten by Max LucadoPublished at Thomas NelsonAbout the bookAn encouraging message for children: When you feel like you’re the smallest of smalls, Jesus’ love can make you feel like the tallest of talls.A delightful rhyming story about the Too-Smalls who live in the Stiltsville. ... The Tallest of smalls
On 10/22 cro34263 wrote: The jewel-tone artwork in this book is what I liked at first glance. The bold colors & black lines appeal to both adults & children I think, something you don't always find in children's books. The addition of colorful, bold fonts for some words also added. The word flow is nice, rhyming, a rhyming, ... Nice Artwork, Story Very Predictable.
On 10/21 Stephen Barkley wrote: I snagged this book for my two-year old son. He’s addicted to books—seriously addicted. The Tallest of Smalls is a brief story about a neglected boy who got to play with the cool kids for a while before falling (literally) back into his own insignificance. The story concluded with Jesus entering ... The Tallest of Smalls | Max Lucado
On 10/21 Susan Barclay wrote: by Max Lucado,illustrated by Maria MonescilloTommy Nelson, 2009This rhyming picture book by well-loved author, Max Lucado, deals with the subject of self-esteem in children. How can kids know that they are special and significant when their peers may be telling them otherwise?In the town of Stiltsville, ... The Tallest of Smalls
On 10/21 Laura Ringrose wrote: The Tallest of the Smalls is a children’s parable from Max Lucado. It is a companion text for children which pulls themes from chapter two of Lucado’s newest adult book - Fearless. I have read Fearless and loved it so I was very excited to get this book and share it with our daughter. The illustrations ... The Tallest of the Smalls