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It's Alright to Look Different.

It's Alright to Look Different

Benedict Coulter, author

Salva Ferrando, illustrator

Baby's Brilliant/Teaching Baby LLC

www.babysbrilliant.com

9780990947509, $10.89 (HC), $7.89 (PB), www.amazon.com

Synopsis: Benedict Coulter's "It's Alright to Look Different" is a wonderfully entertaining short story with colorful illustrations by Salva Ferrando about a little chick who was born a different color than the other chicks. He was ignored and separated from the group because of how he looked. One night he was the only one who was able to save them from a hungry fox and became their hero.

Critique: A heart warming story about how it is alright to look different, "It's Alright to Look Different" is very highly recommended for family, preschool, and community library picture book collections for children of all ages, but especially for boys and girls ages 24 months to 5 years old.

Susan Bethany

Reviewer

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Author:Bethany, Susan
Publication:Reviewer's Bookwatch
Article Type:Book review
Date:Jan 1, 2015
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