I used to feel so hopeless that I was like Tom Thumb who has to hide under a chair so as not to be trodden on.
"And so am I," said little Tom Thumb, standing on tiptoe and reaching up his hand.
It is only recently that a Tuscan version of "Tom Thumb" has been found.
So they did as he wished, and when Tom Thumb had taken leave of his father, they set off all together.
Tom Thumb had found a fish, and we were each busy for a while.
He is like a little Tom Thumb, for he can only grow just so high.
King Chrononhotonthologos was to be led in chains by Tom Thumb.
When it was cut open, everybody was delighted with little Tom Thumb.
He said off-hand that they might call it Tom Thumb if they liked.
Twenty-five cents for a paper of Candytuft seed looks extravagant, but no one who invests in Tom Thumb would regret it.
A thumb-sized hero of children's stories from the sixteenth century on.