When twelve year-old Reena, her younger brother, and their parents move from the big city to a small town on the coast of Maine, they expect a slower pace of life, along with lobster rolls and blue skies and seas.  Helping an elderly, and somewhat cranky, neighbor care for her farm and animals is something the children didn’t count on.  As the two learn to care for Mrs. Falala’s cow, Zora, and to see beneath the woman’s crusty exterior, they realize that more than just their address has changed.  A heart-warming story by a master of children’s literature for readers 9+.