There is something for everyone in this book, because every child is bound to feel "different" at some point in their lives. Woodson's prose is gentle yet wrought with emotion as she examines various external and internal reasons that a child may feel alone and outside of the group. She tells the reader that commonalities can be found among people who seem to have nothing in common, while the beautiful art by Lopez emphasizes the beauty of differences unified by the common experience of humanity. A lovely read!

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