"Grace Stewart is an endearing, mischievous heroine. She "sort of" has a "teeny, tiny superpower": empathy. She can tell when someone is sad and plans a way to cheer the person up. She has ended up with the "stupidest name in the whole class--or maybe the whole world"--because in the third grade she was one of four Graces in her class, and she didn't want to be "Grace S." Narrator Michelle O. Medlin brings Grace to life. Her delivery sparkles with all the enthusiasm of a 9-year-old who is confident of her ability to right her world's wrongs. Fans of Clementine, Amber Brown, and Judy Moody have a new heroine to cheer for. N.E.M. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"