by Jennifer Bryant
Georgia McCoy doesn't know how she'll fill up the empty journal she was given by her guidance counselor because she's at risk--her mom died a few years ago, her dad doesn't communicate much, and she feels like she has to hide her artistic tendencies from him because they remind him of her mom. Then one day she gets a membership to the Brandywine River Museum in the mail from "anonymous." She goes to the museum and learns about the painting styles of the 3 generations of Wyeths who have pictures there, things begin to change for Georgia. She learns not just about art, but about life, and starts putting the broken pieces of her life back together through her art.