Are you a resident from the town of SameVille, where everyone looks and acts alike? If you said no, then this book is for you! We are all stars, with unique and different qualities that make us stand out with confidence. Who wants to be the same as everyone else? That is boring!
In this book, you will find confident, unique individuals who love life. No one is left out; cleft palate, albino, diabetic, crutches, blind, freckled, glasses, braces, brown, blue, green eyes, different skin color, hair/no hair, anxious, are just a few of the kids illustrated.
This inclusive picture book shows the journey of a group of children who confidently show their differences and visually explain why it is OK to be different. Not only are there over 70 different kids portrayed in the story, but this book allows the reader and child to become part of the story by including a drawing or picture of themselves in the book and describe what makes them unique!Why you should read this book with your child(ren)?
This book is an opportunity to talk to the child(ren) about being different and seeing other children who are different. Children who read this book will build self-worth and confidence. The result is a child who wants to make an impact in shaping a wonderfully unique world filled with kind people. The author’s own experiences inspired this book.
Jennifer Campbell was inspired to write this book based on what she dealt with when she was younger. She was bullied from fifth to ninth grade for not being like other kids. But why is that a bad thing? Shouldn’t we want to be different? Different is good, and Jennifer wanted to showcase why in her new children’s book. Get the book that shows the power of love, kindness and being yourself!
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Jennifer and her curly hair brave the humid southern summers of North Carolina. She is a book lover who enjoys using her analytical and creative side to try and make a positive impact in the world. Being bullied herself in grade school because she was different, she realized it took some time to go from thinking something is wrong with her to coming to terms that we are all different and unique, and that is a good thing.
Jennifer knew she wanted to help children so they would come to the same realization sooner than her. Most of them aren’t confident in who they are, and this usually flows into adulthood. In the current world of social media, seeing their constant comparison to others, she channeled her inner Mr. Rogers and wrote this book. With this picture book, she wants to help children gain confidence in who they are, and hope even bullies can come to terms with who they are and be compassionate towards others.
A percentage of the profit from Unique Starts with YOU! will go to a good cause for children.