Even though the book has 71 colorful pages (or 35 spreads, since all pages are designed to be read as spreads), it doesn't look like it's taken a lot of effort from the author. Images lack details that children love to feed eyes upon. The style is that of a young artist-in-training, and it doesn't look like it's deliberate (but I have to note the beautiful flower). The story doesn't follow traditional structure, or any structure. The chosen font is similar to hand writing and is not easy to read by a child (and sometimes it's lost on a darker background).
If it's a first children book of an emerging author, it shouldn't cost $11. For this price, I recommend "Verdi" by Janell Cannon as a story about accepting yourself.