Big Little Hippo
By Valeri Gorbachev (Author)
Little Hippo is the youngest in his family . . . and the smallest. Smaller than his parents and siblings. Smaller than his friends, too, from old Crocodile to giant Elephant. And even though everyone promises he’ll grow, Little Hippo doesn’t want to wait. He wants to be big RIGHT NOW! But when he helps a creature even tinier than himself, Little Hippo learns that it’s the size of his heart that counts most of all.
"Sure to be a big hit at storytime for little ones.” —Kirkus Reviews
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Valeri Gorbachev emigrated from his native Ukraine to the US in 1991, and now lives in Brooklyn, NY. He has written and/or illustrated more than 50 children's books, including Sterling’s Rufus Goes to School and Rufus Goes to Sea, written by Kim T. Griswell, and Turtle's Penguin Day and The Giant Hug by Sandra Horning (both Knopf).