Synopsis: This colourful and inclusive picture book will take you on an adventure through self-love, inclusivity and resilience.

Meet lively characters from many backgrounds, with different challenges, in a range of settings from nature, to space, to dance studios. The children in this book love and accept their unique bodies, enjoy movement, tell themselves they are perfect, accept difficult situations, work through emotions and know that love is there whenever and wherever they need it.

Including children with a; limb difference, port-wine stain, visual impairment, cleft palate and a wheelchair user. However the book is not about this, it is all about self-acceptance and resilience.

Your child will love the easy rhyming verse, the exercises you can do together and the beautiful illustrations.

Release Date: 7th July 2021

Genres: Picture Book, Self Love, Emotions, Children’s, Diversity, Disability

Pages: 35

Thank you so much to author Suzanne Wylde for providing me with a review copy.

Review: I love this book so incredibly much, there are so many things I love about this book, so many. This is a book that should be read with every child honestly it just should be, they will learn so much and see so much representation.

It is so inclusive featuring children of all different walks of earth, from many diversities, multiple disabilities and they are drawn in such a beautiful careful way. Children that don’t generally get to see themselves will finally get to see themselves within this book.

The book itself has such a beautiful and sweet story teaching children about emotions and self love, it is written in a nice easy way to understand and a child that is reading would be able to read it themselves. It also provides stopping parts teaching children ways to deal with different emotions or to say to themselves that they love themselves, such a sweet addition.

I really adored this book it’s so sweet and so vital and is such a great way of teaching young children some very important things. I highly recommend this book to anyone with young children or teaching young children.

About Author: Suzanne Wylde is a coach, author, stretching trainer and acupuncturist who has studied holistic coaching, leadership coaching, Traditional Chinese Medicine, healing, bodywork, self-development, and resistance stretching. Over her 15+ years of practice she has developed a way of working with people in a way that is holistic, person-centred and transformative, creating her own method of resistance stretching called Moving Stretch (for people with a wide variety of physical needs and body types) and a range of self-development exercises. If you are wondering if she could possibly be good at all these things, it may help to know she has never really had a full time “proper” job, but committed to being a hippy early.

Suzanne has been featured in national newspapers and magazines including; The Times, The Guardian, Psychologies, Elle, The Daily Mail, The Evening Standard and Tatler, has travelled around the world to learn from different traditions (learning acupuncture in China, stretching in the US and meeting Shamans in Mongolia) and has written four books. Moving Stretch: Work Your Fascia to Free Your Body was a #1 New Release on and has been published in the UK, USA, Germany and China and is helping people all over the world to change their bodies themselves. The Art of Coming Home is a self-development guide to finding all the answers and resources you need, within yourself and Perfect is a young children’s self-help adventure.

When she is not working with clients she is usually drinking tea and enjoying some peace and quiet somewhere. You’ll find some handy resources for stretching at and for self-development at

“Transformation is an acquired taste—not for the faint of heart.” – Bob Anderson


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