Twelve-year-old Rosie Solomon is a musical prodigy whose synesthesia allows her to see music in colors.
Her mom has always pushed her to become a concert violinist, but this summer Rosie refuses to play, wanting a "normal" life. Forced to spend the summer with her grandparents, Rosie discovers the role music has played in several generations of her family, all the way back to pre-World-War-II Hungary.
With help from a glitch in time—plus her grandparents, an improv group, and a new instrument—Rosie comes to understand her family, herself, and her love of music in new ways.
- 336 pages
- 5 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches
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