This book has two parts:
- Tthe story of three friends who have an argument about who is ‘the best;’ and
- An illustration of the game Ninja Cowboy Bear, which is a very physically active variation on Rock Paper Scissors.
And soon, they each realized something very important. The ninja appreciated the bear’s great strength. The bear wondered at the cowboy’s precision and accuracy. The cowboy was in awe of the ninja’s agility. The ninja, the cowboy, and the bear recognized that no one had to be the best. They were each special and unique – just like you and me.
–Ninja Cowboy Bear by David Bruins and Hilary Leung