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This is a charming story for an elementary child beginning to notice her classmates are not all alike. At first being different seems undesirable, but the child learns that sometimes we find similarities even in people who are different, and that being different can be a good thing. You can't judge a book by its cover is the lesson learned.
I love this book! It is sweet and heartwarming and explores how friendship can be found in the most unexpected places with often the most unexpected people. The drawings are quirky and wonderful, and every child will be able to relate to Ginger's birthday party dilemma. Great for birthday party-havers and birthday party-goers and anyone who loves a great friendship story.
lovely personality, great character, discourages bullying without talking about bullying, it does it by encouraging kids to embrace the odd-girl out - because she is a treasure and more interesting than all your other friends combined.....