"Am I small?" - Tamia is not sure and keeps asking various animals that she meets on her journey. Eventually she finds the surprising answer...
A World Children’s Book for Every Country on the Planet
From Aramaic to Zulu: The picture book Am I small? has been translated into over 200 languages and dialects since its publication.
The story by author Philipp Winterberg is available for every country in the world in at least one national language. It is the world's first children's book covering the entire globe.
In Am I small? young and old readers alike accompany the girl Tamia on a journey full of wonders. Together they discover that size is relative and that Tamia is just right the way she is. "Enchanting" judges the trade journal Eselsohr; "wonderful for bilingual families, and kindergartens," says the Börsenblatt and the book review magazine Kirkus Reviews kindly compliments "for children who enjoy lingering over pages full of magical creatures and whimsical details [...] told in simple and engaging words and imaginative pictures." Read more...
"This is baby's favorite book!" —Feedback from the United States
"This has been my daughter's favourite book since she was 4 months old. The sentences are nice and short so she doesn't lose interest in the pictures while I'm reading each page." —Feedback from the UK
"Muito legal esse livro. Singelo, divertido e relacionado ao universo da criança. Bom pra desenvolver o vocabulário. As ilustrações são lindas. Meu filho adorou." —Feedback from Brazil
"You are small or big depending on with what you relate to. A simple cute book which exactly portrays this message." —Feedback from India
"Muy buen libro infantil. Dinámico, orgánico, perfecto para aprender en romaji. De fácil lectura y con una protagonista realmente encantadora" —Feedback from Mexico
"Beautifully illustrated and cleverly written." —Feedback from Australia
"We are in love with this book!" —Feedback from the United Read more...
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