“The deft and sensitive look at the range of racial insensitivity, shown from the two girls’ perspectives, will be an eye-opening window and affirming mirror for many young readers. Perfectly captures the wonder and sometime-challenges of adjusting to the “yes, and” experience of blended families.”—Boolist

“Offers a realistic portrait of the kinds of uncomfortable and thoughtful conversations about family, community, social justice, and privilege that many young people are having—or should be having—with their families and friends. A sequel that packs as much heart, humor, and understanding as the first.”—Kirkus

““The discussion of their experience disparity is raw and thoughtful, and it could model similar explanation for readers. It’s especially cheering that the sisters come out on the other side stronger, with an “excited feeling of being part of something new.”—The Bulletin