Walt Disney's Donald Duck: The Fabulous Diamond Fountain by Carl Fallberg. #5758, Copyright 1967, 39 cents. Soft cover.
The term Big Little Books originated in 1932 to describe certain books being published by Whitman Publishing Company that offered a great amount of reading material and Big reading pleasure in a Little compact book.
Most Big Little Books were 3 5/8" x 4 1/2" x 1 1/2" in size and 432 pages in length.
The Golden Age of Big Little Books was 1932- mid 1938, the Silver Age mid 1938-1949, and the Modern Age 1950-present.
Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: Adventures in Outer Space by George E. Davie. #5750, Copyright 1968, 39 cents. Soft Cover.
I don't have a large collection of big little books, just three from the 1960's.
The Lone Ranger: Outwits Crazy Cougar by George S. Elrick. #2013, Copyright 1968, 39 cents. Hard Cover.
Yep, after a playing marbles outdoors, a 1960's kid could go inside and read a Big Little Book.