Janet Mills Wimsett’s New Picture Book Illustrates Adventures of the Tiniest Elf

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The story of tiny Twigly who emerged from zero to hero

“He was ever so thin, like the twig of a tree – just as short and as slim as a skeleton key. All dressed in the strangest of tiny old clothes, from the tip of his toes almost up to his nose.” With colorful illustrations, Janet Mills Wimsett spins the tale of Twigly, the tiniest of Santa’s elves in Twigly-Santa's Tiniest Helper.
Twigly-Santa's Tiniest Helper tells the story of how one should be grateful despite being weak and small. As the weakest and tiniest among Santa’s army of elves, Twigly feels inferior among the others and is always left alone. He never does anything of importance until he finds himself accidentally accompanying Santa for the Christmas run, where he gets the chance to solve Santa's problem and save the day.
A delightful read for both the young and young at heart, Twigly-Santa's Tiniest Helper allows readers to take a peek into the wonderful world of Santa’s elves and how tiny Twigly emerged from zero to hero.

This book will be featured at the California School Library Book Exhibit in Pasadena, CA on November 11-14, 2011.
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About the Author
Janet Mills Wimsett, a native of California, has been writing poetry since she was five years old. She continued writing during the many subsequent years of raising four children, working, and more years of college and law school. An adventurous move to a primitive home site in a remote canyon provided a never ending source of ideas, resulting in the publication of poems and short articles. She continues to pursue a creative flood of imagination that fills voluminous notebooks, permeates her writing and, from time to time, makes its way out into the world.

Twigly-Santa’s Tiniest Helper* by Janet Mills Wimsett
Publication Date: October 14, 2011
Picture Book; $12.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4653-5595-9
Picture Book Hardcover; $19.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4653-5596-6

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