Happy to Be Me

Publisher: Orchard Books

Review

Our bodies are incredible things. Mouths can smile and giggle, arms can hug, tongues can taste, fingers can play musical instruments, noses can smell and heads can generate all kinds of great ideas. Above all, hearts can love.

With simple, rhyming text and bright, colourful artwork, this delightful picture book celebrates every bit of the human body. It also reminds us that each and every body is different, with its diverse cast of young friends including a wheelchair-user, a child with a hearing aid and characters with glasses.

Another success from the bestselling author-illustrator.

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