Young Hewitt Anderson is his parents pride and joy and they love him so. Hewitt is sweet, smart, polite-everything a boy could be except Hewitt is small....very small...teeny-weeny, in fact.
Descended from a long line of giants, the J. Carver Worthington Andersons take their height very seriously indeed.
You see, without exception all of the many J. Carver Worthington Andersons have been giants until now. And poor Hewitt-hidden in the floorboards, trapped in the flour vat, lost in the bedsheets-has his struggles being tiny.
Oh, his parents worry: How will their son manage to live in a world of big things? Leave it to Hewitt to prove the power of being small.
Written by Jerdine Nolen Illustrated by: Kadir Nelson
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