No One is Imperfect: Why Be Normal When You Can Be Unique?
30 True Stories of Ordinary Diversity to Inspire Self Confidence
Readers will love this inspiring, illustrated book about the illusion of perfection.
Brilliant profiles of thirty of the world’s greatest achievers who were once insecure children who struggled against overwhelming obstacles: Albert Einstein was dyslexic; Frida Kahlo crippled from Polio; Lionel Messi took growth hormones; Steven Spielberg couldn’t read. They were considered by many to be… imperfect. It turns out that those very characteristics made them special and brilliant, because true talent is hidden where you least expect it.