Nearly enough, sort of enough, almost enough . . . In Hana' s street there is not enough. Until Hana decides to do something about it. Although Hana' s attempts to help are in the beginning successful, when winter comes, then hardship, she is unable to meet everyone' s needs. At the point where she despairs, her family and the neighbours she has helped step in and offer her a hand. By pulling together they build a resilient community in which everyone has enough. Enough is a story about community, kindest and the power of helping hands. This book is also a way for younger children to reflect on and make sense of what has happened in the current pandemic, through story. Enough is a resource that whanau and teachers can use to discuss and explore what it means to be a community, and ways to respond and look after each other in times of need.