"I love being me, because me is an awesome thing to be!" Emma has limb differences, but different isn't bad, sad, or strange. It's just different! But when some accessibility problems get in the way at the local art museum, it ruins the fun of a class trip... and then Emma's friend Charley makes things even worse by trying to do everything FOR her. In the middle of a really bad day, Emma has to call upon her sense of inner awesome to stand up for herself and teach everyone a lesson about the transformative power of feeling awesome in your own skin.
In Amy Webb's follow-up to When Charley Met Emma, Emma learns to speak up when a friend oversteps — and readers learn that help isn't necessarily helpful if it's not wanted! Awesomely Emma will have all kids cheering as they learn to see the inner awesome in themselves and those around them.