Hello Deanna and karol, and anyone else that is too shy to reply.
I too have not read any books by this author, but I'm alreadly getting the book from my town library.
This story is great. It's a nice change to read something different. All anyone in the world needs is a chance. I know that I need a chance to approve to the people that will take me on as an Apprenticeship Baker or Pastrycook. But all they do is take one look at me and thing that I will not be able to left the heavy bags or anything else that I need to left. Ok, so I'm not that srong in the arms but I can still left some heavy things and I'm a fast worker. I find ways to get things done faster for me to do. I can left 65LT bags of potting mix. On the bag it dose give a warning that two people should left the bag, but I don't need too. Now, I can left and move it to one place to other, so why dose the owers of the bakerys in my town think that I will be able to do the job?
It's because people don't like to give people chances. That's all we need is a chance!