A picture book about people who are so small they could ride ants and live in nothing larger than shoeboxes, written by Jane O'Connor and illustrated by John O'Brien. This book and others in its series are meant to teach preschoolers to first graders how to read. The book contains large pictures and large print, with very few words.
A man named Sir Small settles into a village, and everything is fine until a dragonfly takes away Lady Teena. No one else volunteers to take her back but Sir Small himself. He goes on a very small journey to rescue her and outwit her captor.
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