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Written by: Nicole Melleby,A. J. Sass
Narrated by: Jennifer Nittoso,Avi Roque
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Publisher's Summary

From the acclaimed authors of Hurricane Season and Ana on the Edge, an unforgettable story about the importance of and joy in finding a community, for fans of Alex Gino and Ashley Herring-Blake.

Twelve-year-old Abigail (she/her/hers) is so excited to spend her summer at Camp QUILTBAG, an inclusive retreat for queer and trans kids. She can’t wait to find a community where she can be herself—and, she hopes, admit her crush on Laura Dern to kids who will understand.

Thirteen-year-old Kai (e/em/eir) is not as excited. E just wants to hang out with eir best friend and eir parkour team. And e definitely does not want to think about the incident that left eir arm in a sling—the incident that also made Kai’s parents determined to send em somewhere e can feel like emself.

After a bit of a rocky start at camp, Abigail and Kai make a pact to help each other find their footing, all while navigating crushes, their queer identities, and a competition pitting cabin against cabin.

©2023 Nicole Melleby and A. J. Sass (P)2023 Algonquin Young Readers

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  • Indigo Dragonfly
  • 23-03-23

Good enough to pass the time, not edge-of-your-seat good (probably would’ve been better with a different narrator)

The book was likable, if not lovable. The narration is awful. The characters sound whiny and artificial, too young or too old. It also glitched at the start. I really hate multiple narrators; so jarring!! It definitely took away from the story a little. Overall, okay book. It was sweet and talked about a ton of identities, which was cool. Novels usually seem to just have gay, bi, trans and sometimes enby. Though, if you’re like me, and do a ton of research, I’m sorry to say you’ll learn nothing new. I read This Is Our Rainbow a few months ago, so getting to revisit Kai and Abigail was fun. The characters are very human, for the most part (I’m a queer kid, I've met a bunch of other queer kids and in my experience we really are pretty proficient in our knowledge of labels, pronouns, and flags, depending on the individual, of course) . Juliana wasn’t the best representation of an autistic character-I was surprised because I A.J. Sass is autistic-but she was fairly well written, I suppose. The plot is a little slow, I mean it seriously takes a while to get going. It definitely had its great moments though, the last hour or so was especially good though. So, I’d say, if you’re looking for a rollicking queer adventure, probably turn to something else first. But if you’re looking for knowledge on different identities in the form of an entertaining novel-especially if you’re questioning-I’d certainly recommend this. But maybe go for a physical copy.