The Littles and the Big Storm (The Littles #9) Paperback – March 1, 1994
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These are terrific little books for children, primarily because they're just so much fun to read. The Littles have to deal with a lot of problems that come about, not only because of their size, but because they don't have the types of support services that a larger community provides. In many ways, they're like a pioneer family on the strange frontier of a giant house.
Author Peterson has taken full advantage of this situation, and the obstacles they encounter are always imaginatively presented and thrillingly solved. The characters employ good problem-solving techniques for the problems at hand.
Don't let the mediocre movies about tiny people (the Borrowers, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Stuart Little) dampen your enthusiasm for this concept. Peterson's creations are more imaginative and better done than any of those films.