Eleven-year-old Azalea is sick of moving. This time she hopes to stay in Portland and call it home. But a mysterious bandit is threatening her father’s business and could uproot them again! Can Azalea use her new freedom as an unschooler to save the day?
Liza Kleinman deftly explores the unschooling movement, the challenges of finding a new home, making friends, and allowing for differences within a family.
** Gold Winner of the 2015 Moonbeam Children's Book Award for
Best First Book - Chapter Book!