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The King of Little Things Reviews

 

Kirkus Starred Review: “Adults and children who read this delightful and imaginative book together will find lots to talk about.”

 

School Library Journal: “There are plenty of humorous details… The witty writing enlivens this fable about appreciating the small things in life."

 

Wall Street Journal: "It turns out that little things are the ultimate fifth columnists. When Normous attacks, the little things rebel: "Bolts bolted. Brakes jolted. Cookies crumbled. Blocks tumbled. . . . And every little thing, everywhere, refused to work." No points for guessing which king prevails in this endearing and satisfying picture book for readers ages 5-10.here."

 

Publishers Weekly: “It’s hard to miss the point of this fable about the kindly King of Little Things… Small, Lepp clearly feels, is beautiful. Yet the story doesn’t pall. Wenzel delivers Mad magazine–style spreads of medieval feasts, battles, capes, and crowns. Brainy wordplay abounds, and a scavenger hunt is included, too. Lepp affirms living simply without sounding smarmy, and Wenzel offers a king whose underpants fall off. What’s not to like?”

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"The Princess and the Pickup Truck...is perfect for princesses who prefer hiking boots." -LA Parenting Magazine

2019 NAPPA Award Winner From The National Assoc. of Parenting Publications.

Rough and Tumble Royalty

There are many quirky versions of The Princess and the Pea, but this one felt like it owned it's spot on the shelf. There is a solid ... voice to the telling of the tale ... We can imagine some teachers, librarians, parents reading this book... The illustrations are appropriately homespun, quirky-isn folk art and a fine match for the story. --The National Assoc. of Parenting Publications