Mia moves back to Vermont and is excited to help her grandmother with her cricket farm. She has some unpleasant memories from Boston that she would rather forget. Prompted by her parents to choose two extracurricular activities for the summer, Mia enrolls in Warrior Camp and Launch Camp for young entrepreneurs. While she doesn’t think she will love either camp, at least they are not gymnastics.
It is surprising to Mia that she makes new friends immediately. Anna and Clover pull Mia out of her shell and remind her what it is like to act like a normal middle school girl. When her grandmother’s cricket farm is repeatedly sabotaged, her new friends jump in to help Mia investigate right away. The investigation reveals surprising findings, and Mia must expose the villain before the cricket farm is forced to close forever.
I liked this book because it encourages young people to find their voice and speak out against wrongs, even when it seems impossible. It is also about being strong and courageous and finding your joy and motivation again.
|Page Count||240 pages|
|Publisher||Bloomsbury Children's Books|
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