by Randa Abdel-Fattah
Jaime just wants to fit in. Rather than deal with the harassment and racism her other classmates of Arab descent face, she dyes her hair blonde, puts in contacts that make her eyes blue and doesn't tell people much about herself. She has a horrible secret: she's of Lebanese-Muslim descent in Australia at a time when being of any Arab descent makes you a terrorist. But when Jamie's hidden life suddenly comes to the forefront, she has to decide if she's going to be herself or continue to live a lie to fit in.