“When something tragic happens, it's often said we lose a piece of ourselves. How far would you go to find these lost parts of yourself in order to be whole again?” She read softly, leaning back in her seat. Her friend laughed and sat down next to her, grabbing her hand excitedly. “It looks like we'll be going on an adventure then, Missy!” ()()()()()()()()()() Jasmine Ender might be a kid but she just made it big! With her movie, Miss Blumer and Mr. Jack 4, getting so popular, she's instantly everyone's newest celebrity. Once an unknown, normal girl, she's now a household name everywhere. And that's not the only pressure forced onto the fourth-grader. With her mother's recent death, she has to deal with everything that goes hand-in-hand with that too. Her life has just changed forever and her newfound fame makes it even harder to hide in the shadows. How is her life going to return to normal now? Mark really is just a normal kid. While the fourth-grader might be starting to get identified as 'Jasmine Ender's best friend', he tends to remain in a normal way of life. Forget the fact that his two best friends are girls, practically unheard of by kids their age because he knows they're going places as long as they stick together. Who else is going to be their normal in a world that's just gone insane? Mark knows that even if Jasmine and Monet's world ends up in a storm of fire and wind, he'll be the one normal in their life now. That's what a best friend's supposed to do, right? Monet Ivory is desperate for things to return to normal. Two years ago, she was a normal girl, playing hide and seek with her mother and sharing a room with Jasmine whenever she got scared. And ever since then, everything's flipped upside down. First, the divorce that tore her life apart. Then, Jasmine's new popularity forced her to always be away. And now her mother's dead too. Monet feels like everything ganged up against her and she's unable to figure out where she'd gone wrong to deserve this. Add her father's new girlfriend onto the pile and Monet feels like she drowning. It looks like she's on her own now. She can't even trust Jasmine and Mark with this, can she? Glass shards are terrifying to a child who's afraid of windows into reality. But childhood blissful ignorance can't last forever, no matter how much these kids wish it could.