What would childhood be without wonder? We’re sharing books that inspire wonder in this month’s #littlelitbookseries.
In When You Were Small, by Sara O’Leary and Julie Morstad, Henry's father tells nightly bedtime stories to his son about when he was small. Literally small enough to wear a thimble for a hat and have his hair brushed with a toothbrush. In When I Was Small, Henry wonders what his mother was like when she was younger. “What was it like when you were small?” She tells him about how when she was small, she slept in a mitten and played jump rope with a piece of yarn.
Poignant, otherworldly and sweet, this pair of books will enthrall sleepy-eyed readers at bedtime as they listen and imagine what you were like when you were little like them. And you can tell them all sorts of things you did as a kid, your perspective of the world when you were their age and the kinds of things you wondered about, were curious about, dreamt about and imagined. Partaking of wonder together makes some of the best memories. Let’s do it more.
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