Hi, the story is sweet but the illustrations are baffling. I'm hoping I saw a misprint today during Story Time at the Barnes & Nobel in Glendale, Wisconsin. Among the heroines are Oprah, Serena Williams, and Misty Copeland. These three amazing women of color do not have color in the book. They are shaded the same as the Caucasian heroines. There is a two-page spread on Misty Copeland where she is depicted in many different dance poses and some of them are different shade of light brown, but the majority are white. Strange! I can't imagine a book that celebrates sheroes who have reached the pinnacles of success in their field would shrug and say, "My skin color? Oh, no, that wasn't a big obstacle at all." I just don't get it. If the choice to illustrate these woman in a way that literally defaces them is a way-too-complicated social commentary on race, it's poorly done.