You might go unnoticed, or shine like a star, but wherever you go and whoever you are... don't change how you act to be just like the rest. Believe in yourself and the things you do best.
A gender-balanced group of happy kids celebrate individuality in this remarkable picture book about the beauty of being yourself, whatever form that takes! From "a swimmer who knits" to "a mutt-loving cat cuddler who volunteers," these kids are proud of who they are and everything they know they can be.
Heartfelt and timeless, Remarkably You is an inspirational manifesto about all of the things — little or small, loud or quiet — that make us who we are. With encouraging text by New York Times bestselling author Pat Zietlow Miller and exuberant illustrations by Patrice Barton, readers will delight in all the ways they can be their remarkable selves.
"In muted artwork featuring residual pencil lines, they work together to fix a red wagon, plant flowers, and play sports and make-believe. Kids need not be just one thing, the book suggests, demonstrating that one might be 'a swimmer who knits./ A cellist who cheers./ A mutt-loving cat cuddler who volunteers' (a child with short, spiky hair walks six dogs while a cat rides along in a red hoodie). Together, Miller and Barton offer a genuine message about individuality." — Publishers Weekly
|Recommended Age||4 - 8|
|Author||Pat Zietlow Miller|
|Publication Date||Feb 5, 2019|