Reading Same Sun Here, by Silas House & Neela Vaswani — due out next month from Candlewick. About 1/5 into the book and finding it genuine and nice. Wondering if there will be tension in either of these kids’ lives to carry the reader through the remaining 237 pages. At this point, at least River’s life is going to get interesting with his Activist grandmother’s involvement in the environmental issues in Kentucky. What will Meena’s “problem” be? Does she NEED a problem? Question: How common is it for a young girl of 12 who’s only been in the States for 3 years to decide so easily to break away from the tradition of a matched marriage?