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A funny picture book for children who are tired of being told they're little! Papa calls him Little Buddy. Mamma calls him Little Love Bug-and sometimes Little Fussbudget. Fur Pa calls him Little Whippersnapper. Fur Ma says, "Is this your little car?" Little Shaggy is a fuzzy little monster, but he has a BIG problem. Everyone keeps calling him little! All day long his family as A funny picture book for children who are tired of being told they're little! Papa calls him Little Buddy. Mamma calls him Little Love Bug-and sometimes Little Fussbudget. Fur Pa calls him Little Whippersnapper. Fur Ma says, "Is this your little car?" Little Shaggy is a fuzzy little monster, but he has a BIG problem. Everyone keeps calling him little! All day long his family asks him if he wants a little snack, a little story, or if he's a little grumpy. Well Little Shaggy has a little news: "I'M NOT LITTLE!" He throws a big tantrum, but his mother is able to calm him down by giving him a little news: he has a new baby sister, and he is now a BIG brother! Shaggy now suddenly doesn't want to be big, but his mom tells him that he'll always be mama's little angel.


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A funny picture book for children who are tired of being told they're little! Papa calls him Little Buddy. Mamma calls him Little Love Bug-and sometimes Little Fussbudget. Fur Pa calls him Little Whippersnapper. Fur Ma says, "Is this your little car?" Little Shaggy is a fuzzy little monster, but he has a BIG problem. Everyone keeps calling him little! All day long his family as A funny picture book for children who are tired of being told they're little! Papa calls him Little Buddy. Mamma calls him Little Love Bug-and sometimes Little Fussbudget. Fur Pa calls him Little Whippersnapper. Fur Ma says, "Is this your little car?" Little Shaggy is a fuzzy little monster, but he has a BIG problem. Everyone keeps calling him little! All day long his family asks him if he wants a little snack, a little story, or if he's a little grumpy. Well Little Shaggy has a little news: "I'M NOT LITTLE!" He throws a big tantrum, but his mother is able to calm him down by giving him a little news: he has a new baby sister, and he is now a BIG brother! Shaggy now suddenly doesn't want to be big, but his mom tells him that he'll always be mama's little angel.

30 review for I'm Not Little!

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    My thanks to Caitlin at little bee books for a copy of this to read and review. Cute book, though the temper tantrum did seem a bit much. Not sure I would like my kid/s to read it. The artwork was colorful and cute. I enjoyed it. Spoiler: the ending with the new sibling was cute and it worked well with the complaint about being "little". All about perspective! Three solid stars. My thanks to Caitlin at little bee books for a copy of this to read and review. Cute book, though the temper tantrum did seem a bit much. Not sure I would like my kid/s to read it. The artwork was colorful and cute. I enjoyed it. Spoiler: the ending with the new sibling was cute and it worked well with the complaint about being "little". All about perspective! Three solid stars.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Casandria

    It's hard to hear that you're little all the time. Except for sometimes... Big Little Monsters It's hard to hear that you're little all the time. Except for sometimes... Big Little Monsters

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bridgette

    Adorable book about wanting to grow up but changing your mind when it happens!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tricia

    I picked this up because I have a toddler at home who's going through a "I'M NOT A BABY!" phase at home right now. Boy oh boy am I glad that I flipped through it before reading it to her. Just a heads up, the little protagonist ends up with a little sister at the end of the book, something that is not happening in my house. That being said, I think it's cute for a toddler who is getting a new baby sibling! It would have been the perfect book for my little toddler if not for the ending. I picked this up because I have a toddler at home who's going through a "I'M NOT A BABY!" phase at home right now. Boy oh boy am I glad that I flipped through it before reading it to her. Just a heads up, the little protagonist ends up with a little sister at the end of the book, something that is not happening in my house. That being said, I think it's cute for a toddler who is getting a new baby sibling! It would have been the perfect book for my little toddler if not for the ending.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne

    Fans of Lulu, the Big Little Chick can add another favorite to their pile of bedtime stories. Little Shaggy, the protagonist of I'm Not Little! has the same sort of determination to prove he is bigger than everyone believes. Tired of being treated as a little monster, with everyone constantly offering him a little story, a little walk, or a little pet name, "Little Shaggy has a little news." He declares to everyone, "I'M NOT LITTLE!" And then he throws "a little temper tantrum." Any child who ha Fans of Lulu, the Big Little Chick can add another favorite to their pile of bedtime stories. Little Shaggy, the protagonist of I'm Not Little! has the same sort of determination to prove he is bigger than everyone believes. Tired of being treated as a little monster, with everyone constantly offering him a little story, a little walk, or a little pet name, "Little Shaggy has a little news." He declares to everyone, "I'M NOT LITTLE!" And then he throws "a little temper tantrum." Any child who has ever become frustrated with this sort of treatment will have a little sympathy with Shaggy. It is cathartic to watch him hurling toys through the air and venting his feelings to the adults in charge. The illustrations by Glenn Thomas perfectly complement the story. Shaggy and his family resemble the colorful characters from "Monsters, Inc." with horns, fangs, and odd-shaped bodies. When he stomps his little feet around his bedroom, it is amazing how much expression is shown in Mom and Dad's eyes as they peer around the edge of the door. A perfect story for someone who is about to become a big brother or big sister and is ready to claim their "big" status, or for any young reader who is tired of being a cute little tyke and ready to step into some big-kid shoes. If you have any fans of Pixar's "Monsters, Inc." and "Monsters University," hand them this book and watch them smile. I read an advance copy provided by the publisher for review purposes.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    Little Shaggy is tired of being called little, but is he ready to be big? A friendly, fuzzy monster families guides us through this emotional tale of growing up. SPOILER: Also fits into the "new sibling" genre nicely and uniquely. Little Shaggy is tired of being called little, but is he ready to be big? A friendly, fuzzy monster families guides us through this emotional tale of growing up. SPOILER: Also fits into the "new sibling" genre nicely and uniquely.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Juliana Lee

    Shaggy hates being called 'little' until one day when he throws a huge temper tantrum and learns that he is a big brother! Now, he doesn't want to be big! Shaggy hates being called 'little' until one day when he throws a huge temper tantrum and learns that he is a big brother! Now, he doesn't want to be big!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tara

    The Little Monster is called little everything. Little monster, littleWhippersnapper, little love bug, but he's had enough. He is not little. Greta fun and brightly colored pictures. The Little Monster is called little everything. Little monster, littleWhippersnapper, little love bug, but he's had enough. He is not little. Greta fun and brightly colored pictures.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ann Santori

    Super cute 'growing pains' type book where a "little" monster wants everyone to acknowledge how grown-up he is! Super cute 'growing pains' type book where a "little" monster wants everyone to acknowledge how grown-up he is!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    Monster storytime

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    This book had a really cute ending, not expected either. The illustrations were really fun, a totally good book to read for a storytime. This was not wordy and it had fun inflections for the different characters.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    This was a cute book about a little monster who doesn't want to be little, then finds out he is a big brother, and doesn't want to be big either. Great, colorful illustrations that show attention to detail. This was a cute book about a little monster who doesn't want to be little, then finds out he is a big brother, and doesn't want to be big either. Great, colorful illustrations that show attention to detail.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Iris Zhang

  14. 5 out of 5

    Abby

  15. 4 out of 5

    Erica

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tommy Schlosser

  17. 5 out of 5

    Erika Macrito

  18. 4 out of 5

    Giovanni

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Miera

  20. 5 out of 5

    Becca

  21. 5 out of 5

    Misty Wright

  22. 5 out of 5

    C.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Mary

  24. 4 out of 5

    Annie Watkins

  25. 4 out of 5

    Allison Marks

  26. 4 out of 5

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  27. 5 out of 5

    Monica Silva

  28. 5 out of 5

    Nette

  29. 5 out of 5

    Bambi Pea

  30. 5 out of 5

    Stacy

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