Tad is a little mouse with a big heart. He wants to help Pig with the watermelons, but Pig tells him he’s too small. Tad asks Goat if he can help stack hay. Goat also tells him he’s too small. Even when Tad tries to play with Rabbit, Rabbit tells him he’s too small to fly a kite. Tad doesn’t think he’s too small. But he thinks that maybe he’ll be bigger tomorrow, so Tad decides to go back to the barn and go to bed early. When he gets to the barn, though, he sees the animals are in some kind of trouble. They’re locked out, and only Tad is small enough to sneak inside! Being small isn’t so bad after all.
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Published March 1, 2004
by Tiger Tales.
Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction.