Everything about Howard's new neighborhood is different—the houses, the school, his teacher, and especially the kids.
For the first time in his life, Howard feels like he is different, too. Howard worries about noticing these differences and he worries that nothing will ever seem normal again. But as Howard begins to make connections with his new classmates, he realizes that maybe he isn't so different after all.
Everyone who has ever felt different will connect to this relatable and evocative story.
Alan Page, retired Associate of the Minnesota Supreme Court and NFL Hall of Famer, is an award winning children's book author. He and his wife, Diane, founded the Page Education Foundation.
Kamie Page is a second grade teacher and lifelong teacher. She and her father, Alan Page, are award-winning authors.
David Geister is a storyteller with a paintbrush who has created artwork for historic sites, publications, and private collectors. He is the illustrator of more than twenty picture books.