Two very different brothers follow two separate paths in life, but regardless of their physical distance and their life choices, remain bonded forever by politics, marriage, family, and cultural expectations while their homeland is in the throes of revolution during the 1960s.
Neither is banished from The Land of This and That, until he meets creatures who are quite unlike anything he has ever seen—fitting in perfectly in The Land of All.
This book follows the very intrepid and entirely relatable journey undertaken by author Rachel Bertsche, who has set a lofty goal for herself: go on 52 friend dates, one per week, for a year in hopes of finding her new BFF.
Lena, with the help of her mother, an artist, learns there are different shades of brown, which she sees while on a walk through her neighborhood.
I always enjoyed watching Nate’s big reveals, and needless to say, they were totally awesome. I would feel inspired to jump up and redecorate my own home—in my head, at least.