Shelli Truax

    I have a family member on the Autism spectrum. It was interesting to see Japan’s culture views and societal norms, as the author knows them, expressed through this book.

    As, a society, I believe that sometimes we forget that there is a place and a need for everyone.
    Covid should have taught us that with essential workers.

    Keiko was doing fine and living a good life in her convenience store job until those around her were worried about what society/others would think. That’s when things changed for her.
    i was so excited when she found her voice and stood up for her self! Yay for Keiko!

    Good book. Short, but lots to unpack. Big thumbs up!