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Book Review: The beauty in are differences By Anysia Martin

Book Review: The beauty in are differences By Anysia Martin 

This is such a cute book with a beautiful story written in a way that will teach your children about how different people can be and that is ok they are still the same person having something different in your life is how friendships are made if everyone was the same life would be boring.

I like this book because it talks about everyone in all different parts of life in the story there is a boy who loves music and if you look closer you will see he is in a wheelchair to some people that would be  different but to a friend, he is just Leo  

there is a girl in the story who loves to run she can run so fast she wants to be in the Olympics and win a gold medal but if you look closely at her she wears a hearing aid to help her hear some people may find that different but to a friend, she is just a wonderful amazing friend 

Also in the story, there is a boy who is so good with math he knows all the answers and holds his hand up high to the teachers but if you look closely at him he wears glasses and that is ok.

This book has such a powerful message that will teach your children the importance of being different is ok and that it is a beautiful thing,

I can relate to this book because epilepsy runs in my family and the cool thing is that if you look closely we all have something different about us and this is are personalty we are not alike at all and that's ok I like blogging and doing crafts my sister Savannah who also has epilepsy enjoys doing art and reading my aunt Victoria who has epilepsy enjoys writing in her journals Addison my cousin who has epilepsy enjoy just being a kid hanging out with friends and family she loves animals and Brixton, my other cousin who has epilepsy enjoy playing video games and loves anything soft like pillows and stuffed animals and to us we all sisters cousins and family and that makes us all friends.

My sister autumn wears glasses she enjoys writing on her laptop she can spend hours doing that.

everyone is different in their own unique ways Everyone comes from all different kind of walks of life everyone is different on the inside and the outside no one is perfect.

This book should be in every classroom library and on your child's bookshelf.

Enjoy reading Angelika


You can find this book on Amazon 

Found the picture of this book on Amazon 


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