Caitlin has Asperger's and is trying to deal with the recent death of her brother in a school shooting. She's ten and her father isn't dealing well with the loss. They lost their mother to cancer years before, too. Caitlin, with the help of a school counselor, is trying to learn how to deal with emotions, but it's hard with her diagnosis. Of course, there are mentions of To Kill a Mockingbird, since her brother called her Scout, and the parallels to the novel are pretty clear. Even though the book is intended for a younger audience, I already discussed this book with our LD English teacher, because I think the discussions about the book would be interesting, especially for the students who have read To Kill a Mockingbird.