When you look in the mirror, what do you see? Are you happy with your body? You should be, but it’s understandable if you’re not. We all look at ourselves in the mirror and wish for a change. But in reality, you’re perfect the way you are. If you ask someone close to you, chances are they’ll say the same thing. This children’s book relates to adults and children alike. Wouldn’t it be nice if everyone loved the body they were born with? Both children and adults frequently criticize parts of their bodies, often to the surprise of others around them who see nothing wrong. The young girl in this story is having this same issue. She is curious to know if her body is “normal” and asks her family their opinion.