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Gondra's treasure —Park, Linda Sue, author.

Gondra, a little dragon, celebrates her uniqueness while talking with her parents about differences between her father's homeland in the East, and her mother's in the West.

Once upon a time, upon a nest —Emmett, Jonathan.

Ruby, the last of Mother Duck's and Father Duck's eggs to hatch, is slower to develop than her four siblings, until the day that she flies further and higher than any of them.

Blossom and Bud —Sileo, Frank J., 1967- author.

Blossom and Bud, who live in Mr. Baxter's flower shop, are embarrassed and sometimes teased about their appearance, but her unusual height and his being a late-bloomer are perfect for one special occasion.

Be a friend —Yoon, Salina, author, illustrator.

"Dennis is an ordinary boy who expresses himself in extraordinary ways. Some children do show-and-tell. Dennis mimes his. Some children climb trees. Dennis is happy to BE a tree ... But being a mime can be lonely. It isn...

A valentine for Frankenstein —Kimmelman, Leslie, author.

Frankenstein stands out at the Valentine's Day Bash for being less monstrous than the other guests, but to one smelly, rude creature that makes him the perfect valentine.

Howard B. Wigglebottom listens to his heart —Binkow, Howard.

Howard, feeling as if he is not good at anything, takes his grandfather's advice and does what makes him happy, resulting in him impressing all of his classmates with his dance moves.

Under my hijab —Khan, Hena, author.
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Grandma wears it clasped under her chin. Aunty pins hers up with a beautiful brooch. Jenna puts it under a sun hat when she hikes. Zara styles hers to match her outfit. As a young girl observes six very different women i...

Steve, raised by wolves —Chapman, Jared, author, illustrator.

When Steve, who was raised by wolves, goes to school for the first time, he must find a balance between getting along with others and being himself.

Cowboy camp —Sauer, Tammi.

Although Avery cannot eat the right grub, is allergic to horses, and gets rope burns from lassos, he learns at camp that he is uniquely qualified in the most important cowboy quality.

The artist who painted a blue horse —Carle, Eric, author.

Rather than use the same old colors, a child paints animals and objects in a variety of different hues. Includes biographical information about the German painter Franz Marc, who created unconventional animal paintings i...

Box meets Circle —Hartline, Aaron, author, illustrator.

"Circle likes to jump, but Box can't jump. Box likes to sit. Will they ever find a way to play together?"-- Provided by publisher.

Lost for words —Russell, Natalie.

Tapir has a new notebook and pencils but, unlike his friends, can think of nothing to write and is ready to give up when he finds a better way to communicate--through drawing.

Rock 'n' roll soul —Verde, Susan, author.

A young music lover steps onto the school talent show stage determined to be herself and sing her own unique song.

Rock what ya got —Berger, Samantha, author.

An artist, displeased with her drawing, tries to make it better but the figure, Viva, comes to life and proclaims that she is happy just as she is.

My rules for being a pretty princess —McKenzie, Heath, author, illustrator.

When a girl who wants nothing more than to be a pretty princess finds out exactly what that entails, she rewrites the rules to suit her style.

The only one club —Naliboff, Jane, 1951-

This story explores the many ways in which children feel unique and special. Mrs. Matthews's first grade class begins making Christmas decorations, but because Jennifer is Jewish, Mrs. Matthews allows her to make Hanukka...

Monkey see, look at me! —Siminovich, Lorena.

When Monkey claims to be different animals, a group of his friends demonstrates that, although Monkey cannot do what they can, such as fly like a bird or roar like a lion, they cannot do what he can, either.

This story is for you —Pizzoli, Greg, author, illustrator.

Illustrations and easy-to-read text celebrate a friendship that recognizes what makes one person special and guarantees a closeness that will last through time and across distance.

You be you —Kranz, Linda, 1955-

After exploring his ocean home and seeing many different types of sea life, a young fish named Adri talks to his parents and learns that differences make the world colorful and beautiful.

The first rule of punk —Pérez, Celia C., 1972- author.

Twelve-year-old María Luisa O'Neill-Morales (who really prefers to be called Malú) reluctantly moves with her Mexican-American mother to Chicago and starts seventh grade with a bang -- violating the dress code with her...

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