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  • Small Saul

    Ashley Spires

    eBook (Kids Can Press, Sept. 1, 2011)
    A high-seas adventure about an unconventional little pirate who charms the rough pirate crew of the Rusty Squid. With treasure chests of laughs, Small Saul is a lighthearted celebration of individuality, and proof that good things come in small packages.
  • Small Saul

    Ashley Spires

    Hardcover (Kids Can Press, March 1, 2011)
    From the creator of Binky the Space Cat, a hilarious story about an unconventional little pirate. Ahoy there! Will this sweet little pirate find his place aboard The Rusty Squid or will he be forced to walk the plank?When Small Saul joins the crew of The Rusty Squid, it doesn't take long for the other pirates to notice something is very different about this tiny fellow. He was born to sing sea shanties, bake pineapple upside down cakes and redecorate, not to hold a sword and plunder. Being rough and tough just isn't in his nature.Small Saul learned at Pirate College that pirates only care about three things: their ship, being tough and lots and lots of treasure. Can Small Saul show these ruffians that despite his gentle spirit, he's worth his weight in gold? With treasure chests of laughs, Small Saul's high-seas adventure is a light-hearted celebration of individuality, perseverance and being true to one's self.
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  • Small

    Alex King

    eBook (Citizen A Press, Dec. 31, 2016)
    They came. We conquered.And then our world began to end. Again.You may think you’ve heard Marion Thomas Nelson’s story before, but you’ve only heard one version. This is how it happens the second time.In this America, Marion’s life is turning a dark corner. His wife is shrinking. His son, too. Only he and his second child, a girl with the same faulty gene as Marion, are exempt. This is not how it’s supposed to be. This is not how he remembers it.Some things are the same. Manzanar’s dusty gates open the way they did before for its new influx of internees. But there’s a mysterious forest near the old war camp that doesn’t belong. And soon there’s a deadly game being played in its depths.A game where the ultimate prize is freedom.Which reality—if either—is true? And how can Marion break free and stitch his torn family back together?The answer lies with the aliens who came and went. The aliens who never fully left.
  • Small

    Gina Perry

    Hardcover (little bee books, Aug. 1, 2017)
    In this empowering picture book, one spunky heroine realizes she is anything but small.The city is big and I am small.While spending the day with her mom and baby sibling, one little girl feels overwhelmed by the big world that surrounds her. Tall buildings, noisy cars, and hungry ducks who want to eat her lunch all make her feel like she is small. Until . . . she dreams big by being an artist, plays big and makes the winning shot, and swings big because she is brave. Soon she realizes she IS big, and nothing can stand in her way!
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  • Small

    Clara Vulliamy

    Hardcover (Clarion Books, March 18, 2002)
    When Tom goes to stay overnight at Granny’s house, he remembers to pack everything . . . except his favorite toy, Small. Tom can’t sleep without Small and imagines him sad and lonely at home. Small can’t sleep, either, so he gathers up his courage and climbs out the bedroom window to make his way through the darkness to Granny’s—and a happy reunion with Tom.With soft, appealing artwork and an enchanting blend of fantasy and reality, Clara Vulliamy has created a comforting bedtime story about the adventure of a night away from home.
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  • Small

    Jessica Meserve

    Paperback (Andersen Press, Oct. 2, 2007)
    A little girl finds that no matter what she tries to do, her older, bigger sister always overshadows her. But then Small comes into her own one landmark day when her sister is caught up a tree and is afraid to climb down. It is Small who comes to her rescue, and the incident makes her realize that she doesn’t have to live in anyone’s shadow any more.From the Hardcover edition.
  • Small

    Clara Vulliamy

    Paperback (Picture Lions, Oct. 7, 2002)
    The beautifully-written bedtime story of a boy's favourite toy which goes missing on a trip to Grandma's house. When Tom goes to Grandma's house to stay, he remembers to pack everything -- except his favourite toy, Small. Tom can't sleep without Small and imagines him sad and lonely in his bedroom in the dark! Small can't sleep either, so he climbs out of the window to go looking for Tom. He runs and runs, leaps over puddles, trips and falls -- Poor Small! Through dark, dark woods Small keeps running!until he arrives at Grandma's house. Meanwhile, Tom is also out of bed and creeping downstairs to find!SMALL! And he'll keep him safe forever.
  • Small

    Clara Vulliamy

    Hardcover
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  • Small

    Clara Vulliamy

    Hardcover (Collins, Oct. 1, 2001)
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  • Small

    Jessica Meserve

    Hardcover (Andersen Press, Oct. 24, 2006)
    A little girl finds that no matter what she tries to do, her older, bigger sister always overshadows her. But then Small comes into her own one landmark day when her sister is caught up a tree and is afraid to climb down. It is Small who comes to her rescue, and the incident makes her realize that she doesn’t have to live in anyone’s shadow any more.
  • Small

    Alex King

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, July 11, 2017)
    You may think you’ve heard Marion Thomas Nelson’s story before, but you’ve only heard one version. This is how it happens the second time. In this America, Marion’s life is turning a dark corner. His wife is shrinking. His son, too. Only he and his second child, a girl with the same faulty gene as Marion, are exempt. This is not how it’s supposed to be. This is not how he remembers it. Some things are the same. Manzanar’s dusty gates open the way they did before for its new influx of internees. But there’s a mysterious forest near the old war camp that doesn’t belong. And soon there’s a deadly game being played in its depths. A game where the ultimate prize is freedom. Which reality—if either—is true? And how can Marion break free and stitch his torn family back together? The answer lies with the aliens who came and went. The aliens who never fully left.
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    Paperback (Andersen Press Ltd, )
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