Three feet tall. Ten years old. Fourth grader Little Levi is the big man on campus

 

OCEAN SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI (WGNO) - When you're ten, and sitting, well sometimes sitting, sometimes running around the cafeteria as the rest of your fourth grade class sits and eats lunch, and life gives you chicken.

And WGNO NEWS with a Twist features guy Wild Bill asks you, "hey kid, what's for lunch?"

You say,  "chicken salad and a twinkie!"

That's on the menu for Levi Krystosek.  He's the kid everybody calls Little Levi.

Little Levi has a rare form of dwarfism.  Just 22 people in the entire world have it.  And just four in all America.

But as Little Levi dashes in his wheelchair, through the halls of his elementary school, he's anything and everything but little.

Little Levi is really the big man on this campus.

He's just one of the kids in Wild Bill's Amazing Kids series.  And this is not the first time Wild Bill and Little Levi got to meet.  The first Little Levi story has been nominated for an Emmy.

More of Wild Bill's  Amazing Kids include two teenagers from the Northshore who invented an app to make you sing like a star.

And there's a six-year old golf star.

And a football team to inspire you with their success.