In 2017, Tiny Makes a Friend was a finalist in the International Book Awards and now it has won best book in the category of Juvenile Fiction in the Winter 2018 Pinnacle Book Awards. These awards are judged and based on book content, quality, writing style, presentation and cover design. The Pinnacle awards are presented by NABE – National Association of Book Entrepreneurs
What Pros Are Saying...
“Eva Schmidler has fashioned a charming tale that will appeal to younger readers and their parents. I can envision a mother reading it to her child or a teacher to her class and I'm sure the story would generate lively discussions."
Bob Singer, former Head of Design, Hanna-Barbera Productions
“Imaginative, touching, full of understanding and acceptance. A refreshing story of an unlikely friendship leading to discovery and adventure. Children and adults alike can learn some valuable lessons from this story. Tiny is destined to become a classic."
Tony Seaman, Director, University Publishing Center (retired).
The University of Mississippi. Oxford, MS
“I thought it was a wonderful story with a great moral message. Children of all ages will enjoy this heartwarming story of friendship. "
Nicole Burk, Second Grade Teacher, Laurel Hill Primary, Mt. Pleasant, SC
What Kids Are Saying...
“ This was the best book I have ever read. I love this book. You will love this book so much you won’t put it down. This book is the most interesting, awesome book. I recommend every kid who loves animals read this book.”
Marissa Corcoran, age 9, 4th grade, St. Anne Catholic School in Tomball, TX
“ I liked this book, because it showed how different people and different animals can have so much in common. It would be a fun book for children six and older.”
Sara Cramer, age 9, 4th grade, St. George Episcopal School, Milner, GA