"Let's have a Feel-sorry-for-darcy Day."
That's what Darcy's sister says when Darcy sulks over having to stay with her parents at family camp, instead of rooming with the other girls her age. Once more, her wheelchair has set her apart.
Darcy is tired of being different. Tired of putting up with insensitive remarks. Tired of being left out. But her time at camp brings some surprises, and Darcy learns more than she could have imagined about prayer, about God, about her friends....and about herself.