Leo the Lop (reissue) - Stephen Cosgrove, Robin James

I was at my doctor's office yesterday and noticed this book. I was strangely happy that the Serendipity books are still around, and so I read this one. While it doesn't match the greatness that is Serendipity, it was still pretty good.

Leo the Lop has ears that are strange - or are they - and the book chronicles his desire to fit in. It is a good look at the importance of why differences don't really matter.

Illustrations are beautiful.