A glimpse into the journal
of a (quite intelligent)
sixteen-year old girl.
permission, in Central Park.
“I want to be a princess hairdresser.”
“What’s going to be the hardest part about
being a princess hairdresser?”
“Cutting Rapunzel’s hair.”
not to rush
so much that
you don’t find
time to do the
really should be
“What things do
you wish you’d
made more time
“I wish I’d
drive a racecar.
up with a
lady. I wish I’d
read more. I’ve
got this stack
of books I’m
now, but I
read them 50
years ago. I’m
■When Brandon Stanton got fired from his job as a bond trader, he decided to single-
handedly create a photographic census of New
York. He started a blog, launched a Tumblr page,
and in 2012 told the Wall Street Journal, “Every
portrait is a little party we throw for somebody
every night. We put their photos up and say nice
things about them.” Those nice things became the
#1 New York Times bestseller, Humans of New York.
This fall will bring a new book, Little Humans,
which captures the essence of children on the
streets of New York. Stanton has given Show
Daily@BookCon a sneak peak at some little
humans as well as a few favorite big people picks.
Big and Little