de Ellen Curry
Sobre o livro
It's never too late to be who you might have been. The Lupeny family gets the chance to learn this lesson in 1962.
Elmer and Betty are doing their best to raise their four daughters, but they both have many blind spots. Their daughters lean on each other and their friends, but life makes them work hard to learn who they're meant to be. Through it all, their larger-than-life aunt Jessie barrels through to help them, whether they want her to or not. Together with her friend Maudie Chaplain, Jessie confronts Beacon's corruption. This glimpse into their lives in 1962 will leave you laughing even through the sadness.