The Possibility of Somewhere
St. Martin's Griffin
Although on opposite sides of every social hierarchy their friends and families can imagine, including race, class, and social status, popular Ash Gupta, the son of wealthy, immigrant Asian-Indian parents, and anti-social Eden Moore, whose biggest goal is to escape her family's poverty and trailer-park existence, grow close as they compete to become class valedictorian.
Family Relationships; Racial Diversity; Disability and Health; Adoption; Step parent; Parental rights termination; Poverty; Interracial; Developmental disability; adopted teenager; adoptive step mother; step mother; losing parental rights; living in poverty; impoverished teenager; financial hardship; interracial relationship; autism; autism spectrum disorder; autistic child
Indian American / White
adoptive step mother and father
high school; love; competition; prejudice; teenagers; school projects; trailer park; social hierarchy; valedictorian; college; babysitting
Day, Julia, "The Possibility of Somewhere" (2016). DIVerse Families. 543.