This topsy-turvy adventure on Sycamore Street sees brother and sister Hude and Amani arrive in the country with one thought: it was going to be long, boring summer. They couldn’t be more wrong. With Grandma Hana’s new neighbor planning to pull down her prized peach tree and a gang, led by archer Bobby, marshalling the local lake, Hude and Amani have a hard time getting any peace.
In this warm and comical story, find out how, under the watchful eyes of Grandma Hana, Hude and Amani plan to save the peach tree and beat Bobby at his own game before leaving Sycamore Street behind.
J. Samia Mair is a freelance writer whose work has been published in magazines, books, and scientific journals. She writes in several genres, including children’s fiction, short stories, essays, book reviews, scientific articles, and poetry. Prior to her current work, Mair was on the faculty of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She also practiced law for over eight years.