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For fans of Rebecca Stead and Joan Bauer comes a poignant, funny, and uplifting debut about family, friendship, and how and when to offer help.

A big-hearted novel with characters I wish were my friends in real life. --Gennifer Choldenko, author of the Al Capone at Alcatraz series

Jeanne Ann is smart, stubborn, living in an orange van, and determined to find a permanent address before the start of seventh grade. Cal is awkward, sensitive, living in a humongous house across the street, and determined to save her. Jeanne Ann wants Cal's help just about as much as she wants to live in a van.

As the two form a tentative friendship that grows deeper over alternating chapters, they're buoyed by a cast of complex, oddball characters, who let them down, lift them up, and leave you cheering. Debut novelist Danielle Svetcov shines a light on a big problem without a ready answer, pulling it off with the perfect balance of humor, heartbreak, and hope.

Insightful [and] touching...Not to be missed. --Karen Cushman, author of The Midwife's Apprentice
For readers of Dan Gemeinhart [and] Katherine Applegate. --The Children's Book Review
You won't be able to put it down. Trust. --ScaryMommy.com
Relatable and beautifully told. --Commonsense Media
Pertinent....Honest...Uplifting...Fresh. --PW
Utterly of this moment. --Jack Cheng, author of See You in the Cosmos
Absorbing and warmhearted. --Annie Barrows, author of the Ivy & Bean series
Realistically hopeful...Recommended. --SLC
Sharp...Perceptive. --BCCB
Unforgettable. --Brightly
For fans of Rebecca Stead and Joan Bauer comes a scrappy, poignant, uplifting debut about family, friendship, and the importance of learning both how to offer help and how to accept it.

A big-hearted novel with characters I wish were my friends in real life. --Gennifer Choldenko, author of the Al Capone at Alcatraz series

Jeanne Ann is smart, stubborn, living in an orange van, and determined to find a permanent address before the start of seventh grade. Cal is awkward, sensitive, living in a humongous house across the street, and determined to save her. Jeanne Ann wants Cal's help just about as much as she wants to live in a van.

As the two form a tentative friendship that grows deeper over alternating chapters, they're buoyed by a cast of complex, oddball characters, who let them down, lift them up, and leave you cheering. Debut novelist Danielle Svetcov shines a light on a big problem without a ready answer, pulling it off with the perfect balance of humor, heartbreak, and hope.

Insightful [and] touching...Not to be missed. --Karen Cushman, author of The Midwife's Apprentice
For readers of Dan Gemeinhart [and] Katherine Applegate. --The Children's Book Review
You won't be able to put it down. Trust. --ScaryMommy.com
Relatable and beautifully told. --Commonsense Media
Pertinent....Honest...Uplifting...Fresh. --PW
Utterly of this moment. --Jack Cheng, author of See You in the Cosmos
Absorbing and warmhearted. --Annie Barrows, author of the Ivy & Bean series
Realistically hopeful...Recommended. --SLC
Sharp...Perceptive. --BCCB
Unforgettable. --Brightly
For fans of Rebecca Stead and Joan Bauer comes a scrappy, poignant, uplifting debut about family, friendship, and the importance of learning both how to offer help and how to accept it.

A big-hearted novel with characters I wish were my friends in real life. --Gennifer Choldenko, author of the Al Capone at Alcatraz series

Jeanne Ann is smart, stubborn, living in an orange van, and determined to find a permanent address before the start of seventh grade. Cal is awkward, sensitive, living in a humongous house across the street, and determined to save her. Jeanne Ann wants Cal's help just about as much as she wants to live in a van.

As the two form a tentative friendship that grows deeper over alternating chapters, they're buoyed by a cast of complex, oddball characters, who let them down, lift them up, and leave you cheering. Debut novelist Danielle Svetcov shines a light on a big problem without a ready answer, pulling it off with the perfect balance of humor, heartbreak, and hope.

Insightful [and] touching...Not to be missed. --Karen Cushman, author of The Midwife's Apprentice
For readers of Dan Gemeinhart [and] Katherine Applegate. --The Children's Book Review
You won't be able to put it down. Trust. --ScaryMommy.com
Relatable and beautifully told. --Commonsense Media
Pertinent....Honest...Uplifting...Fresh. --PW
Utterly of this moment. --Jack Cheng, author of See You in the Cosmos
Absorbing and warmhearted. --Annie Barrows, author of the Ivy & Bean series
Realistically hopeful...Recommended. --SLC
Sharp...Perceptive. --BCCB
Unforgettable. --Brightly
For fans of Rebecca Stead and Joan Bauer comes a scrappy, poignant, uplifting debut about family, friendship, and the importance of learning both how to offer help and how to accept it.

A big-hearted novel with characters I wish were my friends in real life. --Gennifer Choldenko, author of the Al Capone at Alcatraz series

Jeanne Ann is smart, stubborn, living in an orange van, and determined to find a permanent address before the start of seventh grade. Cal is awkward, sensitive, living in a humongous house across the street, and determined to save her. Jeanne Ann wants Cal's help just about as much as she wants to live in a van.

As the two form a tentative friendship that grows deeper over alternating chapters, they're buoyed by a cast of complex, oddball characters, who let them down, lift them up, and leave you cheering. Debut novelist Danielle Svetcov shines a light on a big problem without a ready answer, pulling it off with the perfect balance of humor, heartbreak, and hope.

Insightful [and] touching...Not to be missed. --Karen Cushman, author of The Midwife's Apprentice
For readers of Dan Gemeinhart [and] Katherine Applegate. --The Children's Book Review
You won't be able to put it down. Trust. --ScaryMommy.com
Relatable and beautifully told. --Commonsense Media
Pertinent....Honest...Uplifting...Fresh. --PW
Utterly of this moment. --Jack Cheng, author of See You in the Cosmos
Absorbing and warmhearted. --Annie Barrows, author of the Ivy & Bean series
Realistically hopeful...Recommended. --SLC
Sharp...Perceptive. --BCCB
Unforgettable. --Brightly
For fans of Rebecca Stead and Joan Bauer comes a scrappy, poignant, uplifting debut about family, friendship, and the importance of learning both how to offer help and how to accept it.

A big-hearted novel with characters I wish were my friends in real life. --Gennifer Choldenko, author of the Al Capone at Alcatraz series

Jeanne Ann is smart, stubborn, living in an orange van, and determined to find a permanent address before the start of seventh grade. Cal is awkward, sensitive, living in a humongous house across the street, and determined to save her. Jeanne Ann wants Cal's help just about as much as she wants to live in a van.

As the two form a tentative friendship that grows deeper over alternating chapters, they're buoyed by a cast of complex, oddball characters, who let them down, lift them up, and leave you cheering. Debut novelist Danielle Svetcov shines a light on a big problem without a ready answer, pulling it off with the perfect balance of humor, heartbreak, and hope.

Insightful [and] touching...Not to be missed. --Karen Cushman, author of The Midwife's Apprentice
For readers of Dan Gemeinhart [and] Katherine Applegate. --The Children's Book Review
You won't be able to put it down. Trust. --ScaryMommy.com
Relatable and beautifully told. --Commonsense Media
Pertinent....Honest...Uplifting...Fresh. --PW
Utterly of this moment. --Jack Cheng, author of See You in the Cosmos
Absorbing and warmhearted. --Annie Barrows, author of the Ivy & Bean series
Realistically hopeful...Recommended. --SLC
Sharp...Perceptive. --BCCB
Unforgettable. --Brightly

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For fans of Rebecca Stead and Joan Bauer comes a poignant, funny, and uplifting debut about family, friendship, and how and when to offer help.

A big-hearted novel with characters I wish were my friends in real life. --Gennifer Choldenko, author of the Al Capone at Alcatraz series

Jeanne Ann is smart, stubborn, living in an orange van, and determined to find a permanent address before the start of seventh grade. Cal is awkward, sensitive, living in a humongous house across the street, and determined to save her. Jeanne Ann wants Cal's help just about as much as she wants to live in a van.

As the two form a tentative friendship that grows deeper over alternating chapters, they're buoyed by a cast of complex, oddball characters, who let them down, lift them up, and leave you cheering. Debut novelist Danielle Svetcov shines a light on a big problem without a ready answer, pulling it off with the perfect balance of humor, heartbreak, and hope.

Insightful [and] touching...Not to be missed. --Karen Cushman, author of The Midwife's Apprentice
For readers of Dan Gemeinhart [and] Katherine Applegate. --The Children's Book Review
You won't be able to put it down. Trust. --ScaryMommy.com
Relatable and beautifully told. --Commonsense Media
Pertinent....Honest...Uplifting...Fresh. --PW
Utterly of this moment. --Jack Cheng, author of See You in the Cosmos
Absorbing and warmhearted. --Annie Barrows, author of the Ivy & Bean series
Realistically hopeful...Recommended. --SLC
Sharp...Perceptive. --BCCB
Unforgettable. --Brightly
For fans of Rebecca Stead and Joan Bauer comes a scrappy, poignant, uplifting debut about family, friendship, and the importance of learning both how to offer help and how to accept it.

A big-hearted novel with characters I wish were my friends in real life. --Gennifer Choldenko, author of the Al Capone at Alcatraz series

Jeanne Ann is smart, stubborn, living in an orange van, and determined to find a permanent address before the start of seventh grade. Cal is awkward, sensitive, living in a humongous house across the street, and determined to save her. Jeanne Ann wants Cal's help just about as much as she wants to live in a van.

As the two form a tentative friendship that grows deeper over alternating chapters, they're buoyed by a cast of complex, oddball characters, who let them down, lift them up, and leave you cheering. Debut novelist Danielle Svetcov shines a light on a big problem without a ready answer, pulling it off with the perfect balance of humor, heartbreak, and hope.

Insightful [and] touching...Not to be missed. --Karen Cushman, author of The Midwife's Apprentice
For readers of Dan Gemeinhart [and] Katherine Applegate. --The Children's Book Review
You won't be able to put it down. Trust. --ScaryMommy.com
Relatable and beautifully told. --Commonsense Media
Pertinent....Honest...Uplifting...Fresh. --PW
Utterly of this moment. --Jack Cheng, author of See You in the Cosmos
Absorbing and warmhearted. --Annie Barrows, author of the Ivy & Bean series
Realistically hopeful...Recommended. --SLC
Sharp...Perceptive. --BCCB
Unforgettable. --Brightly
For fans of Rebecca Stead and Joan Bauer comes a scrappy, poignant, uplifting debut about family, friendship, and the importance of learning both how to offer help and how to accept it.

A big-hearted novel with characters I wish were my friends in real life. --Gennifer Choldenko, author of the Al Capone at Alcatraz series

Jeanne Ann is smart, stubborn, living in an orange van, and determined to find a permanent address before the start of seventh grade. Cal is awkward, sensitive, living in a humongous house across the street, and determined to save her. Jeanne Ann wants Cal's help just about as much as she wants to live in a van.

As the two form a tentative friendship that grows deeper over alternating chapters, they're buoyed by a cast of complex, oddball characters, who let them down, lift them up, and leave you cheering. Debut novelist Danielle Svetcov shines a light on a big problem without a ready answer, pulling it off with the perfect balance of humor, heartbreak, and hope.

Insightful [and] touching...Not to be missed. --Karen Cushman, author of The Midwife's Apprentice
For readers of Dan Gemeinhart [and] Katherine Applegate. --The Children's Book Review
You won't be able to put it down. Trust. --ScaryMommy.com
Relatable and beautifully told. --Commonsense Media
Pertinent....Honest...Uplifting...Fresh. --PW
Utterly of this moment. --Jack Cheng, author of See You in the Cosmos
Absorbing and warmhearted. --Annie Barrows, author of the Ivy & Bean series
Realistically hopeful...Recommended. --SLC
Sharp...Perceptive. --BCCB
Unforgettable. --Brightly
For fans of Rebecca Stead and Joan Bauer comes a scrappy, poignant, uplifting debut about family, friendship, and the importance of learning both how to offer help and how to accept it.

A big-hearted novel with characters I wish were my friends in real life. --Gennifer Choldenko, author of the Al Capone at Alcatraz series

Jeanne Ann is smart, stubborn, living in an orange van, and determined to find a permanent address before the start of seventh grade. Cal is awkward, sensitive, living in a humongous house across the street, and determined to save her. Jeanne Ann wants Cal's help just about as much as she wants to live in a van.

As the two form a tentative friendship that grows deeper over alternating chapters, they're buoyed by a cast of complex, oddball characters, who let them down, lift them up, and leave you cheering. Debut novelist Danielle Svetcov shines a light on a big problem without a ready answer, pulling it off with the perfect balance of humor, heartbreak, and hope.

Insightful [and] touching...Not to be missed. --Karen Cushman, author of The Midwife's Apprentice
For readers of Dan Gemeinhart [and] Katherine Applegate. --The Children's Book Review
You won't be able to put it down. Trust. --ScaryMommy.com
Relatable and beautifully told. --Commonsense Media
Pertinent....Honest...Uplifting...Fresh. --PW
Utterly of this moment. --Jack Cheng, author of See You in the Cosmos
Absorbing and warmhearted. --Annie Barrows, author of the Ivy & Bean series
Realistically hopeful...Recommended. --SLC
Sharp...Perceptive. --BCCB
Unforgettable. --Brightly
For fans of Rebecca Stead and Joan Bauer comes a scrappy, poignant, uplifting debut about family, friendship, and the importance of learning both how to offer help and how to accept it.

A big-hearted novel with characters I wish were my friends in real life. --Gennifer Choldenko, author of the Al Capone at Alcatraz series

Jeanne Ann is smart, stubborn, living in an orange van, and determined to find a permanent address before the start of seventh grade. Cal is awkward, sensitive, living in a humongous house across the street, and determined to save her. Jeanne Ann wants Cal's help just about as much as she wants to live in a van.

As the two form a tentative friendship that grows deeper over alternating chapters, they're buoyed by a cast of complex, oddball characters, who let them down, lift them up, and leave you cheering. Debut novelist Danielle Svetcov shines a light on a big problem without a ready answer, pulling it off with the perfect balance of humor, heartbreak, and hope.

Insightful [and] touching...Not to be missed. --Karen Cushman, author of The Midwife's Apprentice
For readers of Dan Gemeinhart [and] Katherine Applegate. --The Children's Book Review
You won't be able to put it down. Trust. --ScaryMommy.com
Relatable and beautifully told. --Commonsense Media
Pertinent....Honest...Uplifting...Fresh. --PW
Utterly of this moment. --Jack Cheng, author of See You in the Cosmos
Absorbing and warmhearted. --Annie Barrows, author of the Ivy & Bean series
Realistically hopeful...Recommended. --SLC
Sharp...Perceptive. --BCCB
Unforgettable. --Brightly

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