Neal Porter



Small in the City

Small in the City offers hope and reassurance for any young reader in the midst of a worrisome or frightening situation.

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Review of ‘Small in the City’

A bundled-up child of indeterminate gender, perhaps about 10 or so, rides a big-city bus on a snowy winter’s day and upon departure proclaims, “I know what it’s like to be small in the city.” This city seems dark, cold and not very friendly, and thus a tone of worry, uncertainty and intrigue runs throughout Sidney…

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