Sometimes we are just too little to join the big kids.Wally has friends who invite him to watch the Olympic games,but Wally doesn’t want to be a spectator. The perspective of a child in a big guy’s world isillustrated with towering athletic barnyard animals like Sal the Collie,and Uncle Moe the horse, who have little time for Wally,a little raccoon. But compassion is not far away when Danny the Deer brings Wally to his feet.Share these colorful illustrations with your child and feel what it’s like to viewthe world from a little boy in a grown-up world. We all want to grow up, to feel included, and join the game. Watch how this story unfolds with kindness and a rhythmical poem.
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Leela Hope is a writer with over 22 years of experience in writing endearing children’s fiction. Her lively characters have entranced and captivated her audience, and she has taken great joy in writing the three series of books, each beautifully illustrated with love and care. Her stories concentrate on the adventures of floppy eared bunnies and wide-eyed children learning lessons in life, before returning home wiser and eager for sleep. leela hope writes her stories to entertain the very young, but also to educate. Her vision is always of a parent sitting on a child’s bed, reciting the stories each night, while the young one drifts off to sleep, lulled into a dream world full of fun and adventure.From her very earliest years of childhood, leela made up stories in her head, telling them to her younger brother and sister. The stories flowed easily from her mind, and it wasn’t long before she realized she had a gift for writing. By the age of 14, she had already written a small book of short stories for her own entertainment, and by the age of 22, she had published her first full-fledged children’s fiction in several magazines. leela hope was destined to be an author and she knew exactly what genre of fiction she wanted to dedicate her life too.Born in San Diego, California, and still residing in the area, leela studied English Literature at Berkeley, earning a degree in 1989. Her writing covers a span of several genres, but she always returns to her first love, children’s fiction. She enjoys scuba diving and visiting wildlife parks, seeking new inspiration for cuddly characters for her stories. leela hope lives in an urban area of San Diego and is presently at work on a new book.http://www.leelahope.net/