The Problem with Gravity

The Problem with Gravity

by Michelle Mohrweis
The Problem with Gravity

The Problem with Gravity

by Michelle Mohrweis

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Overview

A heartfelt selection for STEAM, LGBTQ+, and neurodivergent readers, this companion novel to The Trouble with Robots charmingly explores first crushes.

Autistic seventh-grader Maggie Weir loves spacecraft, but aerospace engineering isn't the only thing that gives her butterflies: she’s teamed up with the amazing, baton-twirling Tatum Jones for an engineering contest! It’s an out of this world chance for Maggie to tell Tatum, her long time crush, how she feels. Only, Tatum is distracted with her own troubles at home. Worse still, when Maggie learns that her dad wants to move to Houston, her whole universe gets shaken up! Now she has a big decision to make: does she stay with her mom and remain in Tatum's orbit, or does she launch her dreams of visiting NASA by following her Dad? If the stars are meant to align between these two, they'll both have to admit their feelings before Maggie leaves forever.

An easy-to-follow, dual perspective narrative that compassionately explores themes of separation, healthy friendship, and sibling rivalry. Another lovable cast of characters in the Barton Junior High universe!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781682635957
Publisher: Holiday House
Publication date: 09/26/2023
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 710,308
Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 8.76(h) x 0.98(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Michelle Mohrweis is a STEM Educator and space enthusiast. When not writing, they can be found launching paper rockets down the middle of their street. They live with their husband and two dogs in Colorado, where they enjoy hiking and hogging all the best spots beside the heaters when it gets too cold. Visit them on the web at MichelleMohrweis.com.
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