Being the most middle of the middle children in her family, this is exactly how Sunday Foweler feels on a daily basis. She's almost twelve and she's invisible. In Lindsay Eland's very charming A Summer of Sundays, Sunday is taking a stand. She is going to make a name for herself. She will never be forgotten at the gas station again. After discovering an old manuscript in a library her father has been hired to renovate, Sunday just knows it was written by deceased author Lee Wren, she just needs to prove it. With the help of a new friend, Sunday uncovers the mystery and realizes that maybe being a hero isn't what you DO, but what you DON'T do.