The World Is Big and I'm So Small
From morning to bedtime, this delightful poem follows a day in the life of a child. The world of adults seems very big but his imagination brings the everyday objects around him playfully to life. From the mobile above his bed to the water his mother washes his face with, from his high chair at breakfast to the stairs that become a mountainside, he explores the fun hidden in the most unlikely places! But the biggest adventure comes when a troop of knights march right out of his storybook. And who's their king? His own father, home from work at last.
Joe Servello's illustrations perfectly depict the wonder that children bring to the most ordinary objects.
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Review: World is So Big and I'm So SmallUser Review - Carolyn Hembree - Goodreads
Among my top five faves in the kid's library. So old school. Has a forties vibe in the illustrations --sweet and a little haunted. Visual and written text reflect a child's perspective -- Read full review
Review: World is So Big and I'm So SmallUser Review - Shannon Amici - Goodreads
Reading level- k-2 Genre- Fiction Picture Book Topic-Imagination Social-Childhood Curricula Use-independent reading or read aloud Literary Elements-rhyme Text and pictures- Images offer a lot to the book. Not much text description so the pictures really come in handy. Summary- Read full review