We are all different and no one is the same. There is no one else in the world like you. When a little girl with brown skin and curly hair notices she is different from her classmates, she asks her mother what she is. Her mother's answer is a celebration of all the wonderful differences that make each of us who we are.
My name is Lupe and there is no one quite like me.
My skin is brown. My hair is dark and curly. I look different from the other kids at school. What am I?
Lupe is a daughter. She is a big sister. She is a friend. She is smart. She is fearless. She is funny. She is beautiful. She is enough.
A warm-hearted story that inspires big and little readers to embrace the things that make them who they are.