A semiautobiographical middle-grade graphic novel about frenemies, fitting in, and finding your voice. Cecil Hall and his family have just moved from Florida to Massachusetts, near Boston. Cecil is anxious about making friends because he doesn’t know where he’ll fit in.

His older sister, Leah, thinks he should befriend the other Black kids at his new school, but Cecil isn’t sure how he’d go about doing that. He wants to be known for his comics-making talent, anyway. But the few kids who are impressed by Cecil’s art aren’t always nice to him.

When one of his drawings is misused and gets him into serious trouble, can Cecil stand up for himself and figure out who his real friends are? A full colour middle grade graphic novel filled with fantastic illustrations A semiautobiographical novel by the brilliant Jonathan Todd A heartwarming story about frenemies, fitting in and finding your voice