This story unites the courage and struggles of a young child feeling different because of a birthmark on her face and her emerging strength of character and friendship. The story chronicles true events of what happened to Hayley and the courage and strength her parents helped her achieve. The story teaches lessons of self-confidence, self-respect, and self-worth. Focusing not on the disability but the possibilities. It teaches children the respect and morals we should extend to all individuals. The story encourages the goodness of the human spirit and conveys an important message to all children who feel different or challenged. Finally, it will be a valuable resource tool for parents, therapists, and educators.