Lydia Green
It's Okay to Be Different by Lydia Green

Stripe feels sad because she doesn't look like the
other flowers. Join Stripe on her journey as she grows
to understand that it is okay to be different.  She learns
that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and teaches
the Daisies not to judge others based on their
Lydia Green, lives in Richmond, Virginia with her three daughters who
are in College. Has always had a passion for writing even a child
decided to put her abilities to use and create this particular book that I
wrote at the height of bullying but was afraid to submit it, gained the
courage after listening to a Minister give a testimony. I just want all
children to know that no matter what It's Okay to be Different!