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Strange birds : a field guide to ruffling feathers

Celia C. Pérez (Author)
How do strangers become friends? Ofelia Castillo is searching for a story. While her friends leave their boring Florida town for summer camps and family vacations, she braces for zero excitement. Lane Disanti would like her whole family to kick rocks. Especially her parents, who sent her to live with her grandmother for the summer while they finalize their divorce. Aster Douglas has one summer to figure out how to be a kid. She's been homeschooled by her grandfather her whole life, and it's easier for her to make a soufflé than a friend. CCat Garcia is hiding a big secret. She's in need of a new troop after she quits the Floras, her local Scouts, without her mother knowing. When fate and longing bring the girls together, it isn't love at first sight. But they soon bond over a shared mission to get the Floras to ditch an outdated tradition. In their quest for justice, independence, and an unforgettable summer, the girls form their own troop and find something they didn't know they needed: sisterhood
Print Book, English, 2020
Puffin Books, New York, 2020