Most children spent their summers playing the days away. But one local kid spent his days travelling to major cities around the country to make people laugh. Twelve-year old James "Lil` J.J." Lewis has left a few audiences in stitches after his stand-up comedy routine. "I do better with a big crowd, than a small one...cause when it`s a small crowd, I can see everybody`s eyes, they`re dead on me. I get nervous," J.J. said. He was considered a class clown in school at Mitchell Academy, even landing himself in a little trouble for it. But his P.E. teacher-turned-manager realized that his wit belonged on stage instead of just the classroom. "What made J.J. different than other class clowns is that his level of maturity...he had a way of really affecting grown people," says his manger Ken Bright, 2Bright Productions. J.J. has even made a few appearances in Little Rock at the Funny Bone and the Looney Bin. Bright and J.J. are hoping that he`ll start acting school in Los Angeles next week.