nbsp;These five thin books of quot;little Nicholasquot;, seems so humble when taking up them, but will never disappear from libraries and the children area in bookstores. The small children born in the same time of Nicholas have already grown up. As parents, when reading again the original work every time, there is always some intimacy just like meeting with an old friend, vaguely remembering that he was just some one of the class. A few years ago, when Cauchy’s daughter Anna arranged the leaving relics of his father, she found a pile of manuscripts never published. She was very excited and contacted the publisher at once, and visited Uncle Sandy hoping to get more and longer help. Sandy at his advanced age having long been a world-class master of illustration was in his semi-retired. At first, he declined this proposal with circumbendibus, because the first he did not want to repeat the original, and the second, situation and things arousing feelings and emotion, he would think of the cooperation with his old friend, and would even feel lonelier. quot;Cauchy is a shy, but polite, imaginative and agile young man,quot; Talking about those 18 years of cooperation, Sandy was just like a grown-up Nicholas recalling his friends in the childhood. Under the standing persuading by Anna and other friends, Sandy eventually took up his wonderful brush to make illustrations for the manuscripts of Cauchy. Readers would be fortunate. This is simply a revival of small Nicholas. It could bethink of that kind of sad at the end of the original serial and such kind of excitement when sharing reunion forty years later. The name of the new book is quot;balloon and unpublished storiesquot;, selling fast soon after published, and has been reprinted for many times. The iconic casual brush strokes by Sandy could be seen again, as well as the light color of warmth opening through.