Great book to teach kids how our differences make us awesome. Has a page for how our ____ is different with close ups of illustrated examples of the varieties of that feature (including Sesame Street characters). Then the next page shows how, in the big picture, all our ____ is really the same. For example, it has a page of "Our noses are different" with at least a dozen pictures of different noses. Then the next page has a big illustration of people outside with "Our noses are the same. They help us breathe, smell, sniff, and sneeze" (or some such...don't have it with me right now). I love that I can point out the particular features that are like my son's or mine or his dad's (we are a transracial family). The end talks about how boring things would be if we were all the same. Great book.