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No Two Alike

by Keith Baker

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Follows a pair of birds on a snowflake-filled journey through a winter landscape, where everything everywhere, from branches and leaves to forests full of trees, is unique.
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
This book is good to show how some may look very close to the same but there is no two alike.
  Laura.Vance | Sep 17, 2019 |
No Two Alike by Keith Baker is a short picture book that address similarities and differences. The book is told through two red birds that compare animals, nature and things as they travel through the forest.

Although this book doesnt fit within the "normal" category of a disability book. I would use this book as an introduction to reading books addressing disabilities. This book is subtle enough to have class discussions about our differences. It could potentially help students to acknowledge and respect people and their differences (disabilities). ( )
  AConverse | Apr 30, 2019 |
Keith Baker's picture book teaches children that everything and everyone are unique. The story tells of two little birds that while flying around discover the similarities and differences between things, and is filled with soft colored illustrations and rhyming text that pulls the readers into looking closely at the pictures. It is a great story of uniqueness and will help young children with their self-esteem. ( )
  Savage48 | Feb 24, 2018 |
A beautiful winter book. Two red birds flit mischievously through the winter landscape, inspecting snowflakes, throwing snowballs at foxes, investigating birdhouses, and knocking snow off fence posts. "Are we the same, just alike? Almost, almost...but not quite."

See also: Same, Same, But Different ( )
  JennyArch | Jan 6, 2018 |
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Follows a pair of birds on a snowflake-filled journey through a winter landscape, where everything everywhere, from branches and leaves to forests full of trees, is unique.

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