Confident Marisol McDonald is a Peruvian-Scottish-American with red hair and a penchant for peanut butter and jelly burritos. Going about her day “not matching,” Marisol likes to mix fashion choices, handwriting styles, languages, and games, despite the objections from those around her. Deciding one morning to match instead of mix, Marisol is miserable. A loving note from her teacher helps Marisol realize that being your own person is more important than being like everyone else. The illustrations help to fully highlight the colorful and dynamic world inhabited by Marisol; the bicultural touches of life found throughout the book will resonate with children in similar environments. Marisol is a spunky role model for all children that “don’t match.” Recommended.