In another thread, about 30 people posted suggestions for guitars they've found that are appropriate for those with small hands. ("Small Hands-Any guitar suggestions?") That thread is very informative, and you should read it! It talks a lot about various issues people with small hands face playing the guitar.
I read that entire thread, and went ahead and extracted every guitar recommendation made by readers as being appropriate for those with smaller hands. They are assembled by brand name. I haven't personally checked the specs on all of these guitars, so some of them may not actually be that small. However, these are what people posted as being useful.
Here's the list of guitars appropriate for those with smaller hands. If you have any other suggestions, please add them.
Now you can actually print out the list and take it to a guitar shop if you wanted to!
I hope this is helpful...
LIST OF GUITARS FOR THOSE WITH SMALL HANDS
Daisy Rock guitars (any of them)
Danelectro 50’s sound reissue
Dean ML Baby
Epiphone “Goth” SG (G-400)
Epiphone Pee Wee or Vee Wee Gibson SG
Epiphone LP Special II
Ernie Ball “AXIS”
ESP LTD EC Range
Fender Bonnie Raitt Signature Strat
Fender “Hello Kitty” Stratocaster
Fender Affinity Class Squier/Affinity Fat Strat
Fender Squier Mini
Fender Stratocaster Jr.
Fender Jagmaster Squier
Gibson “Goddess” line
Gibson “Vixen” Les Paul line
Gibson Les Paul Studio with 60’s neck
Gibson Les Paul Doublecut Plus
Godin SD with “B neck”
Godin Exit 22
Ibanez Gio Mikro
Ibanez “Wizard”-style neck
Ibanez in general
Jackson in general
OLP Musician Copies
Paul Reed Smith Santana II and Santana III models
Peavey Wolfgang (now discontinued)
Samick in general
Schechter C-1 Plus
Washburn “Lyon” starter kit
Final option: Get your own neck custom made at www.warmoth.com “Wizard” seems to be the smallest and thinnest.