New to the neighborhood, Mark is nervous about his first day at school. He wonders what he’ll be good at and if he’ll fit in with the other kids.
During the first few days, Mark struggles with challenges. He’s frustrated because he feels there are so many things he can’t do as well as the other students. Each night, he asks his parents what he can do to be better. They remind him that each and every person has his or her own strengths and talents. They tell him, “Just be you.”
One day, Mark discovers the one activity at which he excels and the one thing that makes him the happiest. During his journey, he realizes the importance of just being himself.