You can be all YOU were designed to be,
and that is just fine, just fine indeed.
Everyone feels small or inadequate at some point in their lives. The Tiniest Tumbleweed helps children learn more about what they can do to become their best selves, despite whatever may be making them feel small or limited. The characters are two Sonoran Desert neighbors, a tiny tumbleweed and a baby house sparrow.
THE CREATIVE TEAM
Achieving dreams is always possible—even big dreams, like becoming a first-time college graduate and starting two new careers at an age when most people think about slowing down. In 2009, Kathy Peach uprooted her life and moved from her home of 52 years in Middle Tennessee to Chandler, Arizona.
CHANDLER, AZ (winter, 2016)—Everyone feels small or inadequate at some point in their lives. The Tiniest Tumbleweed, a children's book by first-time author Kathy Peach, is a story strategically constructed to help children think big thoughts about what they can do to become their best selves, in spite of their circumstances.
“I would recommend ‘The Tiniest Tumbleweed’ as a treasured resource for helping all children celebrate their own uniqueness, overcome personal challenges, increase self-esteem and become their very best selves.”
—Danielle Craaybeek, Ed.S, NCSP, nationally certified school psychologist