Little Snapshots is a delightful story of the author's early childhood in a little town called Papar, in Sabah, East Malaysia. The story is set during the period between late 1940s and early 1950s. Her book is mainly based on life in a little community known generally as Ah Chee's Rice-Mill Area which was situated about a mile from the town centre of Papar. She has portrayed vividly the economic, cultural and social environment of this community seen through the innocent eyes of a little girl. For those who are interested in the lifestyles of the people of Papar of bygone days, this book makes interesting reading.