This charming book aims to help young children to value themselves and others, through understanding the differences that make each person a unique part of God's creation. The mirror-page at the end of the story invites readers to see just...
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This charming book aims to help young children to value themselves and others, through understanding the differences that make each person a unique part of God's creation. The mirror-page at the end of the story invites readers to see just how special they are! Ages 1-4.
This charming picture book helps even the youngest of children learn to value him- or herself, and to realise that each and every person is unique and special.
Simple text and lively illustrations help to open the reader's eyes to their own personality, their value as an individual and their importance as a part of creation.
The surprise ending - a mirror in which children can identify themselves - will help little children put the life-affirming message of this book firmly into place.
'Let your child know how unique he or she is with this wonderful celebration of human beings. Cheerful, friendly characters deliver a universal message of love.' Books for Children
Susie Poole has been writing and illustrating Children's books fpr over 20 years. She is the founding director of Pupfish who have published over 25 titles including Christmas Journey. She currently resised in Dervyshire England with husband Jon and their three daughters.
Su Box has always loved books and had no hesitation in pursuing a career in publishing. She has many years' experience as an editor and author specialising in both children's and inspirational books. Su says she often gets ideas from children themselves and from a part of her that's "never really grown up".
She lives close to the River Thames in the university city of Oxford, England, where her hobbies include reading and browsing in bookshops, music, fair-weather gardening, and relaxing with friends. When time permits she likes to travel abroad, preferably to somewhere new.