You Are Enough: A Book about Inclusion

Margaret O'Hair (Author) Sofia Sanchez (Author)
& 1 more
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Scholastic Inc.
Publish Date
March 02, 2021

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About the Author

Margaret "Meg" O'Hair is a mom to two kids, a kindergarten teacher, and an award-winning writer. She likes to be on the water--whether it's on boats, kayaks, or paddleboards--with her family and their two Portuguese Water Dogs, Sailor and Surfer. Meg has been inspired to write books about Sofia from the first day they met, including Be-You-Tiful: Love, Sofia, and Ride the Wave: Love, Sofia and Haole the Surf Dog. You Are Enough is her eighth book for children. Meg can be found at and on Instagram at @margaretohair, where she journals her writing life with dogs.

Sofia Sanchez is a fifth-grade student, actress, model, and self-advocate for Down syndrome. She has appeared in campaigns for brands like Target, Hallmark, and American Girl and made appearances on The Today Show and ABC World News Tonight. Sofia loves people, and she first went viral for her video that told the world "Down syndrome is not's exciting!" When she's not speaking up and following her dreams, Sofia loves to sing, do ballet, eat, and give hugs! Sofia lives in Northern California with her parents, three older brothers, two dogs, and a cat. Learn more about her life at or @thesanchezsix on Instagram.

Sofia Cardoso is an illustrator, designer, and foodie currently living and creating from Portugal, specializing in children's illustration. Her passion for illustration goes all the way back to her childhood years when her enthusiastic urge to create and doodle was nurtured by family and educators since kindergarten, mostly through drawing, painting, and collage. Nowadays she gets to spend her days creating for children's books. Using a mix of both traditional and digital ends, Sofia's work aims to inspire joy and creativity in both kids and kids at heart. When she's not creating, chances are that you'll find her either snuggled in a cozy spot bullet journaling or watching the food channel, before going to the kitchen to do a fair amount of trial and error with cooking and baking.