This book is great if you see your class having trouble getting along or two for cultural pride, or three for a lesson before auditioning for a school play. This book is great because it tells a little story of Grace and how she plays an "unexpected" role in the school play. In the end of the book, Grace believes she can do anything and so does everyone else. You could read this book to your class before auditions for a school play or even a small production in your room to help students realize no matter what role your play, you are important. The students could draw a picture of the person they would like to play and write underneath why they would like to play this character. The intended audience for this particular lesson would be 2nd-4th.