Fourteen-year-old Olivia is lonely. She spends every lunch wishing she had friends, but it's hard to do when people make fun of her for bringing canned beans and moldy bread to school. The worst offenders are Amy, Rachelle, Justine, and Kate. Why can't they be nice?
Rachelle knows it's wrong to laugh at Olivia, especially because they're more alike than anyone thinks, but she's afraid to say anything. What if she loses her friends?
Can Rachelle stand up and show kindness? Or will fear stop her?