Curiosity is a natural human trait, especially in children. We applaud our curious children's questions of how is that made. Where does that come from? Why is the grass green? However, when it comes to asking why someone is different from themselves or what they are used to seeing, we tend to discourage them from asking. It's Okay to Ask is a story about a young girl who innocently wants to understand and know about the object sticking out of this woman's neck. Her curiosity is met with warmth and sincere appreciation. It is our differences that allow us to embrace each other as human beings. For we are all fearfully and wonderfully made.