About this book This book explores the themes of acceptance, resilience, and self-compassion and offers the message that just because we may experience a failure does not mean that we are a failure. This is a story about a girl who tries her best but still falls down. Through the process, she learns that happiness is not determined by external achievement. Through accepting our limitations and celebrating our efforts, even in the face of failure, peace can be found.
Reviews from Around the World "A lovely children's book about appreciating what you can do rather than worrying about what you can't. Kids are bound to love the colours and illustrations while learning the meaning of gratitude in a fun way. And hopefully adults will learn the lesson too!" - Sabrina, Goodreads
"This quickly became my children's favourite story. It's a timely reminder that self worth does not come from achievement. The reality that sometimes we fail no matter how hard we try is one that we tend to keep hidden, preventing children from learning how to cope with failure. When I read this to my high school students (Yes, high schoolers), it opened rich discussions about how we seek identity and how we deal with failure." - Amazon Customer, Amazon