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My gym shorts burrow into my butt crack like a frightened groundhog. Don't you want to listen to a book that starts like that?

Lupe Wong is going to be the first female pitcher in the Major Leagues.

She's also championed causes her whole young life. Some worthy...like expanding the options for race on school tests beyond just a few bubbles. And some not so much...like complaining to the BBC about the length between Doctor Who seasons.

Lupe needs an A in all her classes in order to meet her favorite pitcher, Fu Li Hernandez, who's Chinacan/Mexinese just like her. So when the horror that is square dancing rears its head in gym? Obviously she's not gonna let that slide.

Not since Millicent Min, Girl Genius has a debut novel introduced a character so memorably, with such humor and emotional insight. Even square dancing fans will agree....

©2020 Donna Barba Higuera (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Juvenile angst plus unique family origins.

Higuera pulls her character through a world of hurt and aloness. I'm not sure which one of us was more relieved when the story came to a resolution.

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What's with the racist accents

I'm a chinese/latine woman. The accents were... a lot. The story is fine but boring.