This is a Jewish historical novel that follows a twelve-year-old Ariel Goldberg's who's family's Jewish bakery runs into financial trouble. While her sister deals with a marriage with a man from India following the Supreme Court decision that strikes down laws banning interracial marriage. Throughout the novel Ariel attempts to find her voice admits all the chaos. I found that the novel was based on true events which only made my reading more enjoyable and meaningful. I thought the sister's relationship was so strong and can't wait to see for it to develop even more. The fact that it was also written in second person was an interesting take. The choice of the time period/ setting was also interesting; political rights, the Vietnam War, and the free love movement. I do wish that the novel wasn't a middle grade as I think was limited due to this.