Whether or not you even notice that the main character of this story, a cat named LeeLee, only has three legs is not important at all. Author Steve Foreman applies his 20+ years of experience as an elementary principal toward telling the story of this real-life feline. Illustrator Kristen Leigh Brown applies her zest for fun, upbeat art to introduce us to this little real-life character whose story doesn't focus on overcoming a disability: it celebrates diversity through an indifference to the obvious. There is no apology for those things that make us different. There is no "hush." If a child blurts out that LeeLee has only three legs, stop and discuss it. The fact that it doesn't matter in the character's life or the lives of those around him is the celebration that is the basis for this silly little children's book.