Being an older brother has its benefits, of that there s little doubt. But how would you feel if your little brother grew to be bigger than you? And what if he insisted on touching all your things and following you everywhere you went? It s enough to frustrate the most even-keeled of kids.
The narrator of Big Little Brother wants nothing more than to escape his brother s sticky fingers. Then an encounter at the old Woman in the Shoe play area teaches him that a pesky younger sibling can actually be a pal. Maybe having a brother, big or small, is a blessing after all.
Storyteller Kevin Kling, described as one of our great national treasures by public radio personality KristaTippett, has delighted audiences through his performances, plays, and audio and printed collections for decades. Illustrator Chris Monroe brings her witty, slightly subversive artistic sense to this heartwarming tale. the result is a playful, tender look at the familiar pains and joys of being a sibling.
Storyteller Kevin Kling is the author of two books and several plays, including the musical "e;Busytown,"e; with composer Michael Koerner, based on the classic and amusing picture books by Richard Scarry. Painter and cartoonist Chris Monroe draws the weekly comic strip "e;Violet Days "e;and is the author and illustrator of "e;Monkey with a Tool Belt "e;and "e;Sneaky Sheep,"e; among other books for children."e;