By: Vincent Kelly

Illustrated by: Cha Consul

Published: April 2, 2021

Publisher: Greater You Books


Celebrate all the differences we share with others around us. No two of us are the same and it’s a joy to see all the unique things that make us special. Old, young, tall, short, long hair, or short hair, our differences are what make us stand out.

Vincent Kelly teaches kids to appreciate what’s different about each one of us because if we weren’t different, life would be boring. He also reminds us to treat everyone with respect and kindness, to be polite and encourage each other. He does all this with few words and bright, colorful pages.

Consul takes care to share a variety of different kids and adults on the pages, kids with dark skin and light skin, with long hair and short hair, those who like to ride bikes and others who play soccer. The pages are full of color and all of the kids on the pages are happy and smiling. While reading this story, kids will think of their own friends and how each one of them is special in their own way.

The end of the book includes some activity pages for kids to design their own character and their own flag. You can also access different activity resources, HERE.

Vincent Kelly is a husband, father, and award-winning author. He resides in Nashville, TN with his wife and two sons. Vincent loves writing stories that are filled with fun, color, life lessons, and that focus on promoting positive behavior and early learning in children. Vincent’s goal is to write books that children all over the world will grow to love. Find out more about Vincent’s books at his website, HERE.

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Summer Read-to-Learn

All summer I’ll be sharing books for kids of all ages on topics that will interest them or offer them a new interest to learn about. Most of the time these will be nonfiction books, but sometimes we can learn how to be better people or learn empathy from fictional stories too.

So, I hope you will stay tuned to these posts. They will always have Summer Read-to-Learn in the title and in the tags. There will be books from some of my favorite publishers like National Geographic, plus, some from independent publishers. See them all, HERE.

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Thanks to the publisher for sending a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. This review is my honest opinion. If you choose to make a purchase through the above links, I may receive a small commission without you having to pay a cent more for your purchase.
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