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Reviewed by Amy Louise Hill for Readers' Favorite
Small but Mighty: Life with Elizabeth by Nonny and Elizabeth is an empowering picture book for young children. Four-year-old Elizabeth is having a bad day. She desperately wants to help her mom and brothers. But every time she offers her help, they tell her she's too small, and this makes Elizabeth feel sad and a bit useless. Fortunately for Elizabeth, her Nonny has a special story that shows her that even as a small girl, she is important and useful in her way. After hearing Nonny's story, Elizabeth feels a little better, but what makes her feel happy is what happens later that day. What do you think changed Elizabeth's view of herself? Find out in this book.
Small but Mighty is a beautifully written book by the talented Nonny and Elizabeth. The story melted my heart from the moment I began reading and by the end, I had tears in my eyes. I loved the way that the authors told the story from a young girl's perspective because it helped me imagine the situation as if it was happening in real life. Children are bound to feel less than capable at some point in their young lives, but I feel comforted knowing books like these exist to show them just how special and important they are, no matter how big or small they may be. The illustrations are adorable and fit perfectly with the book. I hope these authors continue to write such wonderful books. Keep up the great work.