A neighborhood is more than just houses and buildings. People make the difference, such as the postman, the master who works for school and playground and the lady who plants flowers everywhere. A girl (I-figure) is thinking about what her contribution will be. If she also contributed her bit, it feels good, because she is appreciated. The last two pages give parents the idea of the book in abundance: encouraging children to be proud of neighborhood and neighbors. Taking care requires responsibility, but also gives satisfaction. Square picture book with painfully running and too literally translated from English. Structure, contemplations and language use are not well attuned to children. The coarse, somewhat old-fashioned color illustrations cover a double page, in which the text is in a quasi-handwritten font. Is part of the series 'Life lessons' a series of picture books with wise lessons for young children. Theme book to talk about and read to children from about 5 years.