Ginny Morris is in the fourth grade, and her parents have been divorced for two years.
She goes back and forth between her mother's apartment and her father's house, switching each Sunday ("switch day"). As Ginny confronts challenges, she finds practical solutions for the things in her control and ways to feel better about and accept the things that are not. She also manages to assert her feelings and needs appropriately with her parents and to negotiate some compromises. This book (and the other two volumes in the series) deals with the "other" issues of divorce, namely joint custody, dating parents, blended families, and the associated practical and emotional challenges.
By Mary Collins Gallagher