From the author of For Black Girls Like Me, which received five-starred reviews and multiple accolades, comes a middle-grade novel about first love, loss, and letting go.
In Grand Rapids, Michigan, Andi is grappling with grief following the death of her mother. Zora is exhausted by trying to please her success-oriented parents. Both feel very much alone. Until a summer music camp brings them together. The only two Black girls at camp in a sea of white children, Andi and Zora slowly begin to connect and reveal their deepest fears and dreams. While Andi is a natural on trumpet, Zora doesn't know if she wants to be a floutist since she also loves to dance.
As Andi and Zora struggle to figure out who they really are, they may just come to realize what they really need: each other. Ages 8 to 12.