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Stink : the incredible shrinking kid —McDonald, Megan.

The shortest kid in the second grade, James Moody, also known as Stink, learns all about the shortest president of the United States, James Madison, when they celebrate Presidents' Day at school.

Just big enough —Mayer, Mercer, 1943- author, illustrator.

Little Critter is frustrated with his small size and he tries to find ways to make himself grow, until his grandfather shows him that being bigger is not always better.

Little Excavator —Dewdney, Anna, author, illustrator.

"Little Excavator wants to help the big rigs transform a vacant lot into a neighborhood park, but he is too small to get the job done! That is, until he finds a job that is a perfect Little E-sized task"-- Provided by pu...

Penguinaut! —Colleen, Marcie, author.

Orville is a little penguin who lives in a zoo and dreams of big adventures, like going to the Moon; the other animals are skeptical, but Orville is determined, so he builds a spaceship and sets out all by himself--and d...

I'm in charge! —Willis, Jeanne, author.

This romping, rhyming story is all about a little rhino who likes to make the rules! When Rhino finds a tree bursting with fruit, he isn't about to share it with anyone - after all, he's in charge around here! But it loo...

Troto and the trucks —Shulevitz, Uri, 1935- author, illustrator.

Troto is a happy little car who likes to go places until he drives all the way to Cactusville and meets some big trucks that tease him for being so small.

Salt in his shoes : Michael Jordan in pursuit of a dream —Jordan, Deloris, author.

Young Michael Jordan, who is smaller than the other players, learns that determination and hard work are more important than size when playing the game of basketball.

I'm mighty! —McMullan, Kate, author.

A little tugboat shows how he can bring big ships into the harbor even though he is small.

The Nuts : keep rolling! —Litwin, Eric, author.

Hazel and Wally want to be big and tall so they start rolling, picking up mud and goo that makes them seem bigger but leads to a series of problems they can avoid only if they keep rolling.

I am a cat —Bernstein, Galia, author, illustrator.

Simon the housecat points out that he may not roar like a lion or run fast like a cheetah, but he has many other things in common with the big cats.

One to watch : a novel —Stayman-London, Kate, author.

"Bea Schumacher is a leading fashion blogger, known for her warm, honest body-positive message. But after an unexpected heartbreak, Bea's confidence is shaken and she feels hopelessly alone. In the midst of her sadness (...

Bigger! Bigger! —Patricelli, Leslie, author, illustrator.

Putting on her construction hat, a young girl uses her imagination as she builds a doghouse, a bridge, and a skyscraper.

The lion inside —Bright, Rachel, 1979- author.

A little mouse decides to seek lessons in roaring from the mighty lion--who happens to be afraid of mice--and the two become good friends.

I'm the biggest thing in the ocean —Sherry, Kevin.

A giant squid brags about being bigger than everything else in the ocean -- almost.

Hugo Sprouts and the strange case of the beans —Loren, John, author, illustrator.

Hugo Sprouts is a fantastic tale about a boy frustrated with being small. Luckily, Hugo P. Sprouts is a mad scientist and determined to find a solution ...

Dino-Gro —Myers, Matthew, 1960- author, illustrator.

Cole's excitement over his tiny new dinosaur toy that grows in water turns to worry when Dino-Gro becomes too big to fit inside the house.

Giant Tess —Yaccarino, Dan, author, illustrator.

Being the only giant around, Tess wants more than anything to be like everyone else, but when she and Smokey, her dragon best friend, use their height to help save the big parade, Tess suddenly realizes that she is just ...

Tiny and the big dig —Rinker, Sherri Duskey, author.

Tiny is a small, but very determined dog and right now he smells a big bone buried deep in the earth of the garden--and he is going to get that bone no matter how far down he has to dig.

Big Bunny —Watkins, Rowboat, 1967- author, illustrator.

A parent and child share the telling of a story about a giant bunny who eats carrots--and maybe trucks and bridges (according to the child).

Small Walt —Verdick, Elizabeth, author.

Small Walt is the smallest snow plow in the fleet and he always gets picked last, but when there is a big snowstorm in the city, he will have the chance to prove his worth.

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