Heartfelt and timeless, Remarkably You is an inspirational manifesto about all of the things--little or small, loud or quiet--that make us who we are. Great for sharing and gifting, especially to celebrate your remarkable graduate.
New York Times bestselling author Pat Zietlow Miller celebrates individuality in her remarkable picture book about the beauty of being yourself.
With encouraging text and exuberant illustrations by Patrice Barton, readers will delight in all the ways they can be their remarkable selves.
You might go unnoticed, or shine like a star,
but wherever you go and whoever you are...
don't change how you act to be just like the rest.
Believe in yourself and the things you do best.
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About the Author
Pat Zietlow Miller est l'auteure des livres Sophie et sa courge, Les courges de Sophie vont à l'école, Wherever You Go, Sharing the Bread et The Quickest Kid in Clarksville. Elle vit à Madison, au Wisconsin, avec son mari, ses deux filles et ses deux chats choyés.
Pat Zietlow Miller is the creative force behind the blog Read, Write, Repeat, where she reviews books for young readers. Her picture books include Sophie's Squash Go To School, Loretta's Gift and Wide-Awake Bear. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin with her family.
Patrice Barton's talents were discovered at age three, whens she created a mural with a pastry brush and Crisco. She lives in Austin with her family. Visit her website at patricebarton.com.
"Miller writes in buoyant rhyming verses. Together, Miller and Barton offer a genuine message about individuality."--Publishers Weekly
"Miller's story and Barton's illustrated characters are diverse and encourage young readers to not only be themselves, but to also do good deeds. There is an important underlying theme of treating others with respect and dignity. An excellent upbeat addition to any collection."--School Library Journal