Second Grade is going a little too slowly for Amandla, who would rather be in medical school. When the COVID-19 epidemic breaks out and her city declares everyone needs to STAY AT HOME, everything normal (tardy slips, substitute teachers, and birthday parties) is over. She had been looking forward to the field trip to Cherokee Days and Aunt Ama's graduation from medical school. Instead, Amandla and her younger sister, Zuri, and their neighbors and everyone else is at home watching the dandelions grow. Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. For up-to-date and accurate information about Covid-19, please go to the World Health Organization (WHO), Center for Disease Control (CDC), or a similar resource where you live.