In the tradition of Judy Blume, debut author Kristi Wientge tackles the uncomfortable—but all too relatable—subject of female body hair and self-esteem with this “sparkling and triumphant tale of a middle school misfit” (Heather Vogel Frederick).u003cbru003eu003cbru003eKarma Khullar is about to start middle school, and she is super nervous. Not just because it seems like her best friend has found a newer, blonder best friend. Or the fact that her home life is shaken up by the death of her dadima. Or even that her dad is the new stay-at-home parent, leading her mother to spend most of her time at work. But because she’s realized that she has u003ciu003eseventeenu003c/iu003e hairs that have formed a mustache on her upper lip.u003cbru003e u003cbru003eWith everyone around her focused on other things, Karma is left to figure out what to make of her terrifyingly hairy surprise all on her own.