Georgie is an unusual gingerbread man. He doesn’t like to play tag or hide-and-seek. In fact, he doesn’t even like to run. Georgie likes being different. “But I don’t need fixing! I’m just different!” Georgie said. “If you’re not broken, then why aren’t you trying to run away and shouting for me to catch you?” reasoned the Toymaker. Georgie understands that being different is okay, but how can he make other people, especially a toymaker bent on “fixing” him, understand that? It becomes vital to his happiness and the happiness of a new friend to get that message across. Will he succeed?