Tori has never lived in just one world. Since her parents' divorce, she's lived in both her mom's house and her dad's new apartment. And in both places, no matter how hard she tries, her family still treats her like a little kid. Then there's school, where friendships old and new are starting to feel more and more out of her hands.
Thankfully, she has books — and writing. And now the stories she makes up in her head just might save her when everything else around her — friendships, school, family — is falling apart.
Author Tori Sharp takes us with her on a journey through the many commonplace but complex issues of fractured families, as well as the beautiful fantasy narrative that helped her cope, in this gorgeously illustrated graphic memoir full of magic, fairies, witches and lost and found friendships — perfect for fans of Real Friends and Be Prepared.
"Led by an endearing and resilient heroine, Sharp’s memoir makes a strong case for imagination as a middle school survival tactic.... Backed by lithe illustrations peppered with late-’90s details, Sharp creates a portrait of a resourceful young artist using her passion to forge connections." — Publishers Weekly
|Recommended Age||10 - 13|
|Publication Date||May 18, 2021|
|Publisher||Little, Brown Books for Young Readers|