The Smallest Spot of a Dot, by Linsey Davis & Michael Tyler

 A whimsically-illustrated picture book that highlights the little ways we're different and the big ways we're the same!

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We have several other picture and board books by this author/illustrator duo, so I had high expectations for this latest title:

I last reviewed this board book focusing on Psalm 118:24, which is a sweet story with whimsical illustrations that we just love.

In this latest picture book, bestselling author Linsey Davis is joined by Michael Tyler to explain how genetics make each person unique.

It's an inspiring story of individuality, connection, equality, and acceptance.

Like her previous titles, I love how much diversity each page displays, and how that supports the book's theme of celebrating how, despite our differences, we're all part of the human race. 

This book is a sweet selection for all ages, but would be especially perfect for families searching for greater diversity in their children's libraries. Get your own copy here, and enjoy all the ways we're different and the same because of our DNA!

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