On this kid lit podcast episode of StoryMakers, author and Project Manager of Multicultural Children’s Book Day, Becky Flansburg teaches Rocco what it means to go tiny! Does it involve a shrink-ray?! Nope. In real life, like in Becky’s book SISSY GOES TINY, downsizing, repurposing, and “living tiny” mean thinking sustainably and doing more with less. Listen to learn more about this BIG idea. ￼
A diverse picture book about a family that chooses to live Tiny and do More with Less.
Eight-year-old Sissy loves her life. She loves her toys, her Big house, and her Big backyard. But when Sissy’s parents decide they are going to live in a Tiny House on wheels and travel around the U.S., Sissy isn’t sure that she will like the idea of “living tiny.” But as she and her mommy and daddy learn about downsizing, repurposing, and how “stuff is just stuff” in a positive way, Sissy soon understands that living Tiny has BIG possibilities; possibilities for all sorts of adventures and learning.
My name is Becky Flansburg (a.k.a Franticmommy) and I am a full-time freelance writer, accountability coach, home business consultant and project manager. I’ve been flying solo as a work from home pro for almost a decade and I can’t imagine another way of life. I am a dedicated mom to two beautiful kids and this site is filled with laughter and love about the joys parenthood. I am also committed to helping women realize their work-from-home dreams, enjoy life beyond the cubicle and find clarity in the work/life/family balance.
As the Project Manager for the non-profit children’s literacy initiative, Multicultural Children’s Book Day, we work tirelessly to raise awareness for the kid’s books that celebrate diversity and to get more of these of books into classrooms and libraries. CONNECT WITH Becky!
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