Two boys, one Jewish and one African-American, live next door to each other. As they become friends, they discover that one is great at baseball and one at the violin, but it's backwards from what their families had planned. Luckily, the adults in their lives embrace the discovery. One of our favorite children's picture books about friendship and being true to yourself.
Definitely better for slightly older kids because it does briefly mention someone's fingers getting broken in a concentration camp - that's a heavy discussion to spring on a 3 year old at bedtime, for example, if they haven't already learned about that part of history.
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