Stella wishes people would see her for who she is, and not just as “Stella and Paige” or as “one of the twins.” All of the comparing and contrasting leaves Stella confused about her own identity—who is she outside of her sibling relationship? She also wonders if perhaps she doesn’t measure up to her sister, Paige.
Can Stella find a way to accept and value herself for who she is, and realize that she and Paige can each be their own, special and unique people, and still be twins?
- Perfect for kids who are trying to find where they belong.
- Not just for twins; The Only Me teaches the importance of honoring, accepting, and celebrating our differences and unique selves in all kinds of relationships.
- Great resource to help young readers understand their value and worth.
- Helpful for kids struggling with identity and self-esteem challenges.
- Ideal for ages 4-10.