Relatable, funny, and heart-wrenchingly honest, Saving Sunshine is the poignant story of Muslim American siblings learning how to build each other up in a world that is too often unkind.
It's already hard enough just being a kid, without being teased for having a funny sounding name or wearing a hijab. It's even harder when you're constantly fighting your sibling—and Zara and Zeeshan really can't stand each other. During a family trip to Florida, when the bickering, shoving, and insults reach new heights of chaos, their parents sentence them to the worst possible fate—each other’s company! But when the twins find an ailing turtle, it presents a rare opportunity for teamwork—if the two can put their differences aside at last.
|Product Type||Paperback Books|
|Book Type||Graphic Novels & Comics|
|Additional Contributor||Shazleen Khan|
|Primary Contributor||Saadia Faruqi|
|Age Groups||Ages 7 to 9, Ages 10 to 12|