Cassidy Rain Berghoff is a young girl in mourning. Her best friend was recently killed in a car accident, and the tragic death of her mother from a freak accident years earlier still haunts her. At the suggestion of her brother, Rain decides to enroll in her great-aunt's Indian camp and quickly loves it. But Rain soon learns that she must fight for what she loves when public funding for the camp becomes limited. Will her efforts to save the camp work?
Cynthia Leitich Smith creates a strong heroine in this beautiful audiobook, that follows a young girl who finds love and purpose in deep moments of despair.
About Jenna Lamia
Jenna Lamia's life is a happy juggle of narrating audiobooks, acting, and writing for the television show "90210." She's sure that all three came from growing up in a "storytelling home." Jenna, who recently won an Audie for Solo Narration--Female, began her path to success when her parents read aloud to her nightly. "My father actually made up stories and shared installments of ongoing serials he invented." She most recently narrated Moon Over Manifest by Clare Vanderpool.
Rain is Not My Indian Name by Cynthia Leitich Smith