How often do we find children, teens, young adults not fully accepting something in their physical appearance, like their hair? How often does a person get judged on their physical appearance, like their hair or hair style? How often does this cause at least temporary discomfort, sadness, and the loss of acceptance of one's self and others. How marvelous it would be if instead a child can fully accept their own and others' unique gifts of appearance.
This book, through its series of light questions, examines how a child sees physical appearance affecting their view of themselves and others. It is a book promoting acceptance of their unique self, including their hair. It is a book that opens their eyes to see the true inner beauty in the world and everyone in it.