|Publisher:||Inner Flower Child Books|
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)|
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The Big Adventures of Tiny House
By Susan Schaefer Bernardo, Courtenay Fletcher
Inner Flower Child BooksCopyright © 2017 Susan Schaefer Bernardo
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Once there was a farmhouse in a field of hay, but while it lay sleeping, the acres gave way to a bustling city whose bright, shiny towers edged out the farmhouse, the fields and flowers.
Clever hands salvaged the windows and doors, recycled the wood from the walls and the floors. Hoping to find a more neighborly view, they picked up those pieces and built something new.
With some nails and a saw ... and a hammer with a claw ... they made ...
A sweet little house, cozy and snug, with a tiny front porch and a red braided rug a tuck-away table and a neat little nook for writing a letter or reading a book.
A loft made for sleeping and happy stargazing and dreams of a life that was big and amazing. Cabinets crafted from fallen down trees ... and best of all, wheels, so he could go where he pleased.
Though they didn't have room for all their old stuff, what they decided to keep was exactly enough.
Tiny liked his new shape and his rolling foundation, but how would he get to his next destination?
Here came Big Truck, sturdy and strong, with a hitch at her back to tow Tiny along
"With a tug and a thump and a boppity-bump ... Away we go!"
That little house on the road caught everyone's eye! Children waved and blew kisses when Tiny rolled by.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I read this to my 2 year old nephew and he loved it. We actually read it over and over and over. He pointed to the bright pictures and smiled when I read the words. This is definitely going to be a favorite of his. There is a message in this book, maybe a few of them. The one that stuck with me is the idea that a home is whatever you want it to be. You can live in a boat, a bus, a RV, or a tiny house and it can be a home with some love and tlc. The Big Adventures of a Tiny House is a fun and cute book. I will be recommending my local library purchasing their own copy. Thank you Ann-Marie at GetRedPR for a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.