A guinea fowl is upset because he does not have any spots on his body like all those around him. He begins a quest to find the right spots for him. Oh what a nightmare that entails as boxes arrive with ones that are too tall and too long, spots that are sneezy and too small. One box even arrives with nothing in it at all.

The spotless guinea fowl has a little dose of fun playing with the connect-the-dots spots but then is turned off by inky-font dots and i-topping spots. If lady bugs and leopards get to have their spots, why can't he? After much exploring, the guinea fowl comes to a decision.

Children from ages 3 to 7 years old will enjoy the word play in this funny tale of the guinea fowl's quest for individuality. Illustrator and writer Helen Ward keeps us happy as the search for the right spots continues.