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* “National Book Award winner and national treasure Jacqueline Woodson teams up with twotime

Pura Belpré Award recipient Rafael López to deliver an empowering message to any child

who has ever felt too different. . . . Woodson and López offer a needed message of comfort to

preschool and early elementary students. Woodson's lulling free verse reassures the reader that

the world will ‘make some space,†while López's dreamy, near-translucent mixed-media

illustrations thrum with playful joy. This gentle, powerful ode to diversity and acceptance belongs

with all children.―—Shelf Awareness, starred review* “A beautiful and inclusive story that

encourages children to find the beauty in their own lives and share it with the world. . . . Each child

feels very alone until they begin to share their stories and discover that it is nearly always possible

to find someone a little like you. Lópezâ€s vibrant illustrations bring the characters†hidden

and unspoken thoughts to light with fantastic, swirling color. Shifting hues and textures across the

page convey their deep loneliness and then slowly transition into bright hopeful possibilities. Fullbleed

illustrations on every page are thick with collaged patterns and textures that pair perfectly

with melodic prose that begs to be read aloud. . . . Thereâ€s an essential acknowledgment that

everyone will experience a time when no one is quite like them, when they canâ€t find their

voice, or when they feel very alone. Woodsonâ€s superlative text sees each character turn that

moment of desolation into an opportunity to be brave and find hope in what they have in common.

This masterful story deserves a place in every library.―—School Library Journal, starred

review* “A bright jewel-toned palette and clever details, including a literal reflection of a better

future, reveal hope and pride. . . . This reassuring, lyrical book feels like a big hug from a wise aunt

as she imparts the wisdom of the world in order to calm trepidatious young children: One of these

things is not like the other, and that is actually what makes all the difference. A must-have book

about the power of oneâ€s voice and the friendships that emerge when you are yourself.―—

Kirkus Reviews, starred review* “Woodsonâ€s poetic lines give power to each childâ€s

experience. . . . López paints the bookâ€s array of children as students in the same classroom;

patterns and colors on the childrenâ€s clothing and the growing things around them fill the

spreads with life. Woodsonâ€s gentle, lilting story and Lópezâ€s artistry create a stirring

portrait of the courage it takes to be oneself.―—Publishers Weekly, starred review*

 “Woodsonâ€s lyrical text is gently reassuring as it moves between broad discussion and

specific examples of difference and discomfort, which emphasize children moving across cultures

but will speak to children from all backgrounds and experiences. Mixed-m

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