Waiting For Wednesday – What Stars Are Made Of by Sarah Allen

Synopsis

Twelve-year-old Libby Monroe is great at science, being optimistic, and talking to her famous, accomplished friends (okay, maybe that last one is only in her head). She’s not great at playing piano, sitting still, or figuring out how to say the right thing at the right time in real life. Libby was born with Turner Syndrome, and that makes some things hard. But she has lots of people who love her, and that makes her pretty lucky.

When her big sister Nonny tells her she’s pregnant, Libby is thrilled—but worried. Nonny and her husband are in a financial black hole, and Libby knows that babies aren’t always born healthy. So she strikes a deal with the universe: She’ll enter a contest with a project about Cecelia Payne, the first person to discover what stars are made of. If she wins the grand prize and gives all that money to Nonny’s family, then the baby will be perfect. Does she have what it takes to care for the sister that has always cared for her? And what will it take for the universe to notice?

Today on my Waiting For Wednesday I’m featuring What Stars Are Made Of By Sarah Allen

The original post, and creator of this wonderful meme is here!

I am a massive fan of middle grade books, especially middle grade books that deal with harder topics. Before reading this synopsis, I had never heard of Turner Syndrome before. And I had to Google it to see what it was.

The synopsis for this book sounds really great, and I am looking forward to seeing just how Libby, and her sister, deal with Nonny’s pregnancy.

Is this a book you’ll be putting on your TBR?

2 thoughts on “Waiting For Wednesday – What Stars Are Made Of by Sarah Allen

  1. I have this on my wishlist as well. The cover looked adorable but the storyline sounds like one I’ll really enjoy. Brilliant pick Star, hope you can get your hands on a copy soon.

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