An inspiring and enjoyable book for Junior Youth and Youth.
Fourteen-year-old Evan feels like there is no tomorrow. He’s trapped in an unending cycle of babysitting his much younger half-siblings while his mom juggles work and classes. He has little memory of his father, who died when he was young, and his mother has just divorced the stepfather to whom he had grown close. A gang of bullies at his school delights in tormenting him. But a sympathetic English teacher and a new friend Nava, who introduces him to Bahá’i Prayers and activities, help him to see that sometimes what seems to be a hopeless situation really isn’t.