This picturebook is, along with Bokstavsbarn [Falling Letters], the only text in the corpus to consider the topic of disability. It is the only work to represent deafness. The story represents a happy, regular day in the life of a young girl. Some drama enters the narrative when a fight breaks out in the playground. The girl stops the fight and befriends the victim. He visits for tea and the pair bond. Readers may need to look at the work several times before they work out the difference between its protagonist and the other characters. The title may provide a clue that she is deaf. Sensitively handled, this work becomes a good cue to discuss disability. As a story, it is a stellar depiction of friendship, conflict resolution, and empowerment. Once the disability is understood, it can be reread to consider the representations of the senses that arise on each page: the illustrations manage to convey the experience of smelling, tasting, feeling, and hearing in a way that most visual texts do not address.