This book is meant to encourage conversations about differences and similarities among children. This easy read is light-hearted but has some depth. The book mentions not just physical differences but special talents that may set them apart from their peers. I dedicated this book to my daughter who permanently lost her hair at the age of four from radiation to battle brain cancer. Children stare every day because they are curious as to why she looks different. These experiences inspired me to write a book that would create a space for children to ask questions. The more they understand the less abnormal the differences appear to them. My hope is that by reading this book in classrooms and inside homes, children come to appreciate the uniqueness in themselves and others.