About this Book An engaging book which circles around a kid's personal development which lets them understand who they really are. Using the most sophisticated way of description and examples, kids can know who or what are they most related too.
Reviews from Around the World "“What Makes Me a Me?” immediately pulls the reader in with its cute beanie-hatted bespectacled character and the tactile title in glittery letters. This is basically a story about identity, in which the character compares himself to a range of animals, inanimate objects and even the naughty boy next door, concluding that, whilst there are some similarities, he is nothing like any of these and that “everybody’s different in their own special way”. In a diverse world, it is good to recognise and celebrate uniqueness, and this book would make a good starting point for discussions with children about similarities and differences in race and culture." - Barbara Brand, Amazon
"Have you ever wondered what makes you a YOU? It isn’t something I think about often, but in this delightful book that celebrates the differences that make us who we are, I started thinking about it more.
Ben Faulks has captured my imagination and got me to run with it to discover who I am, just as the boy in the book does. The boy goes on a journey of self discovery and awareness that is portrayed in a way to make you laugh and be at ease with differences. He discovers that sometimes he is slow like a snail but he’s not exactly the same, especially when it comes to the shiny backpack. Each page the combination of words and pictures had me smiling widely and laughing." - Jamie, Amazon