Oui, Oui All Are Different
May 23, 2013
One of the hardest lessons we learn through life is that being different is perfectly alright. If we were all the same, the world would be severely boring. In the book, A Boy and His Bunny by Sean Bryan, we meet a boy who wakes up with a bunny on his head, whom he promptly names Fred.
As the boy eats breakfast, his mom tells him he has a great big bunny on his head. Fred rushes to the boy’s defense and starts to name some things he can do with a bunny on his head, and soon the boy jumps into the conversation. One thing you can do is say Oui, Oui with a bunny on your head.
Whether it’s a bunny on your head or a physical or mental difference, we all deserve love and acceptance. This book brings all of that and more to life.