You're Just Right is Victor Lethbridge's third children's book. This 32-page picture book is a charming poem to a First Nation daughter welcomed by loving parents as a gift from the Creator. From the time the infant girl cries at home the parents just know she is just right. As she grows to toddler the parents welcome her active life and play because it makes their house a home. The loving parents continue their unconditional support for their growing daughter as she dances at the powwow, moves away to college, and begins her life away from her family. She knows her parents have given her the courage and strength to continue on the right path because of their love and encouragement. Building self-esteem and perseverance in a child is an ongoing process and the words in this book celebrate the parent's unconditional love as they tell their daughter that she is just right. This Woods Mountain Lakota storyteller and motivational speaker has written a timeless story suitable for all parents with young children. Highly recommended for First Nations, Inuit and Métis schools and libraries. This book was shortlisted for the Alberta R. Ross Annett Award for Children’s Literature.