The Story of Teeny Tiny Tammy

The Story of Teeny Tiny Tammy


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Teeny Tiny Tammy is a story about a young girl in a mythical forest, who's mother was swept away when she was quite young, leaving her to find the path to womanhood on her own; with the help of three women characters within the "Contrariest Forest". Teeny Tiny Tammy is but six-inches tall, and with the assistance of the cloister of women she meets along the path of her quest, learns the qualities which lead to becoming a woman.
The "Contrariest Forest" is a place where a girl's quest for womanhood begins, challenges are overcome and dreams realized. The characters are Tammy's cloister of women, gnomes, fairies and a a troublesome Troll along the way. A story for young girls, reading about mythical forests, and learning about the qualities of womanhood, finding the answer from within.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615444222
Publisher: Brother Coyote Publications
Publication date: 03/08/2011
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.08(d)

About the Author

The author of this book also has two books of collections of poetry: "In The Age of Youth", and "Living On Dreams", as well as two satirical memoirs "I Have Mine...Show Me Yours", and "Waking Up Naked. Christine Mach-Handgis, was the watercolor artist and illustrator of Teeny Tiny Tammy.

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Story of Teeny Tiny Tammy 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good story for young girls learning about the qualities of growing into womanhood. Qualities mothers teach daughters, each generation.
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J_Marie More than 1 year ago
As an avid reader of children's books, I almost never find books that are filled with details and colorful language such as this one. I highly recommend this book to those that love beautiful illustrations, colorful language, and timeless folklore. This husband and wife team did a good job on putting this work together. I will definitely pass this book on to an avid reader in second or third grade.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Teeny Tiny Tammy; I really loved this book...especially for my granddaughters who are learning to be in the world as young women. I love the fact that it exemplifies the struggles of young girls in the process of learning to become women.