This book is a story of Hannah, Jose, Leah, Angel, Daniel, and Eddie as they discovered they were just right.
On a summer day, Eddie went to the park with his grandpa to see all his friends: Hannah, Jose, Leah, Angel, and Daniel.
The children were having fun at the park; they all loved swimming, twirling on the monkey bars, playing with balls, and riding the roundabout.
During their playtime at the park, the kids would call on grandpa to validate whatever they were doing. They would ask, “am I tall enough…, am I beautiful enough… etc. But every time they asked, grandpa would say; they were just right.
The lesson in the “just right” story was that kids should not feel less of themselves. They should not seek validation from anybody because they’re “Just Right” and perfect.