Ordinary Love by Teil Duncan

True beauty is found inside a person, not on the outside. Beauty comes through loving and serving others with open hands. The leading lady of this story is not a princess and will never be written about in history books, but she is the epitome of love, and that makes her entirely beautiful. When others need her most, she wastes no time meeting needs all around. Through her self-sacrifice we see that love serves others with no thought for reward. Love in its very best form is selfless. Her story (like so many others) needs to be told to our children. In this debut book geared toward preschoolers, ordinary actions can be seen as extraordinary acts, challenging the youngest readers and encouraging them to redefine love and beauty in their own world.