Some Kids

Celebrating Diversity and Uniqueness

Children - Picture Book
39 Pages
Reviewed on 01/13/2024
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Reviewed by Rosie Malezer for Readers' Favorite

Some Kids: Celebrating Diversity and Uniqueness is a children's book written and illustrated by Kimi Hall. Those who live in a small world often believe that all others in the world are just like they are. What many do not realize is that regardless of a person's looks or differences in life, inclusiveness is key to giving people a choice regarding something they wish to pursue. Whether running, swimming, jogging, yoga, or other various sports, choices are ours to make, just like how we dress, what we eat, or even how we wear our hair. Those who are artistic might enjoy experimenting with colors, building things, or venturing into the great outdoors to be at one with nature. Some children go to school while others study at home. Accessibility is the key to making all activities in life inclusive to everybody, without restrictions of any kind.

I cannot express how much this book rings true for me. As someone who reviews books for a living, people often ask me how I can do something like read when I am Deaf. Reading books is not limited to those who can see and hear. Each person discovers his or her limitations in what they can and cannot do. People of different backgrounds, religions, nationalities, and cultures have the whole world in front of them to choose from, whether they choose to tackle something huge such as climate change, or simply cut their hair to raise money for charity. We are all unique individuals and are only as restricted as we believe we are. Kimi Hall's beautifully presented book shows us that we are not limited. Some may have had things a little different, but it doesn't need to prevent them from achieving any of their goals. I highly recommend Some Kids to all readers, whether young or old, so that the world can learn we all have the chance to excel at something in our lives, and it is our own choice as to what that might be.