Lucy is faced with her toughest obstacles yet in her quest to find out just what it means to be a girl. With Aunt Karen taking over while Dad is away at a special school, teachers at middle school not being as understanding as Mr. Auggy, J.J. learning first-hand about bullying, and soccer becoming way more serious as she prepares for Olympic Development Program try-outs, Lucy has to depend on God more than ever.
Aunt Karen is taking over Lucy’s life—what’s left of it.
Lucy is a feisty, precocious tomboy who questions everything—even God. It’s not hard to see why: a horrible accident killed her mother and blinded her father, turning her life upside down. It will take a strong but gentle housekeeper—who insists on Bible study along with homework—to show Lucy that there are many ways to become the woman God intends her to be.
Lucy is faced with her toughest obstacles yet in her quest to find out just what it means to be a girl. Dad’s gone back to school, and Aunt Karen has taken over parenting duties, imposing wardrobe inspections and trying to be the world’s ultimate soccer mom. At the same time, J.J. is learning firsthand about bullying, and soccer is becoming way more competitive as Lucy prepares for Olympic Development Program tryouts. With everything going on in her life, Lucy has to depend on God more than ever.