Product Description You can change the world one snippet of kindness at a time. Snippets is a story that revels the power of kindness and the beauty of being unique. And it does so though the journey of two different groups of shapes (the polygons and irregular polygons) In Snippets, discover a very powerful message while learning shapes at the same time. Snippet finds himself in a world full of perfect shapes and soon realizes his odd shape doesn't fit in. Despite being put down by his abnormally long top, Snippet's confidence in his unique shape gives him the ability to show how everyone is stronger together then they are apart. The best book for raising confident children Snippets has the key message of love and positivity which is supported by many positive parenting solutions today. It will pair nicely with other books that focus in on emotions and inclusion. Like the work of RJ Palacio (We're All Wonders), Laurie Wright (I Can Handle It), and Barny Saltzberg (Beautiful Oops). Searching for bullying books for children? Teasing is often part of growing up, and almost every child experiences it, but sometimes its hard for the child to talk about it. Snippets can open the door to discussions of when they have felt bullied or left out. There are thought provoking questions at the end of the book to help promote this dialogue. This story's approach to positive thinking for children will help them face difficult situations with confidence in themselves. Deep down in his heart, being divided felt wrong. he just wanted to see all the shapes get along. As he stood thinking, an idea came to mind: What if he went back and tried to be kind... to that misguided square with the perfect physique. He could show him the beauty of being unique. Building a better world All of us can relate to being left out, or not feeling perfect. However, it is our sincere hope that the words and beautiful illustrations in Snippets will guide you through a process that will bring you hope and encouragement. About the Author Diane Alber has had a passion for art since she held her first crayon at age two, which inspired her to subsequently earn a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts from Arizona State University. She is a wife and a mother of two young energetic children who love books. She became inspired to start writing and illustrating books because she saw a need for a book that inspired art and creativity in children. She also hopes that this book encourages parents to be proud of their children's art work no matter what it looks like!