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Wutaryoo is tired of not knowing who she is or where she comes from—so she sets off on an adventure to reveal her true history in this essential picture book about telling your own story and finding your own truth.

New York Times bestselling author Kwame Alexander says: What we have here is a testament to the power of finding and lifting your voice to the world. So many children around the world will be able to see themselves in Wutaryoo, will be able to cheer her on as she writes her story, will be able to learn how empowering that journey is, for her, and them. A beautiful, entertaining, and thoughtful read.

"What are you?" "Where are you from?" "Who are your people?"

These are questions the mysterious creature known as Wutaryoo has been asked all her life—and she has no idea how to answer. The rabbit was born from a gardener's hole. The wolf was born in moonlight. All the animals know their origin stories, so why doesn't Wutaryoo know her own?

Confused and curious, she sets off on a journey to discover her own ancestry in this heartwarming, relatable tale for young readers as well as recent and soon-to-be graduates.