What if you were born with difficulty hearing? Ten-year-old Paula knows she is different, and worries that she might not be able to hear the teacher at her new country school. What if her classmates tease her? Grandpa reminds Paula that God makes people different for His own reasons, but Paula still wishes she could hear like the other students. When Paula meets George, who has lost a leg, she begins to realize that others hurt, too. This story demonstrates that God creates us all uniquely, and that He has a special plan for each and every one of us. About the Author: Leola Kennedy was born with hearing loss, but that did not deter her from becoming a nurse. Children have always been dear to her, and she has worked happily over the years in many capacities with them. Now retired, with three married daughters and four precious grandchildren, Leola and her husband Gordon live on an acreage near Westlock, AB.