I know what it's like to be small in the city...
Being small can be overwhelming in a city. People don't see you. The loud sounds of the sirens and cyclists can be scary. And the streets are so busy it can make your brain feel like there's too much stuff in it. But if you know where to find good hiding places, warm dryer vents that blow out hot steam that smells like summer, music to listen to or friends to say hi to, there can be comfort in the city, too.
We follow our little protagonist, who knows all about what it's like to be small in the city, as he gives his best advice for surviving there. As we turn the pages, Sydney Smith's masterful storytelling allows us to glimpse exactly who this advice is for, leading us to a powerful, heart-rending realization...---from the publisher
40 pages 978-1406388404 Ages 4-7
2019 Winner of the Governor General's Award for Young People's Literature - Illustrated Books
Keywords: size, being small, city living, cities, reassurance, fitting in, 4 year old, 5 year old, 6 year old, 7 year old, self image, childhood, being overwhelmed, feeling small, fitting in, safety, self confidence