It's the little things that matter in this whimsical romp in Yosemite National Park.
A bear and a chickaree help the youngest visitors notice tiny natural treasures, like a wee Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog, a dainty alpine shooting star, a surprisingly teensy giant sequoia cone, and more. Small children will appreciate that everyone, even a bear, feels small in the big park. And at the end of a busy day it’s best to leave only little footprints in beautiful Yosemite.
Melissa Iwai has illustrated more than twenty books for young children, including So Big! Yosemite, Pizza Day, Hush Little Monster, I’ll Hug You More, and Good Night Engines.
How small is a chickaree? So small! How small is a sequoia cone? So small! How small is a Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog? So small! How small is an alpine shooting star? So small! How small is a granite pebble? So small! How small is a water drop? So small! How small are we in Yosemite National Park? So small!