Twelve-year old Foster and her mother start a new life in a small town, and Foster is soon able to expand her passion of baking by selling her goods in a local coffee shop, while also overcome her difficulty of learning to read.
Ally has always hidden her dyslexia by disrupting class, until she has a new teacher who sees the creative, bright student behind the behavior. Then Ally realizes that dyslexia is nothing to be ashamed of.
"We had been contributing to a college fund for Avi, but by the end of fourth grade we realized that if something didn’t change, we would never need that money. We had a complete educational assessment done, and when Avi heard the diagnoses of dyslexia, dyscalculia and ADHD, she cried tears of relief. Now we had something we could work with!” - Tiphanie, parent of 2016 Springer graduate