Ana was extremely frustrated by her restricted lifestyle in rural Bolivia. She often resented being a girl because she had to mind the family’s animals, instead of frequently going to school like her brothers. She also hated all the meaningless religious duties she had to fulfill weekly.
When her family moved to the city because of economic pressure, she abruptly discovered that regular school attendance was no picnic. In the face of racial predgudice, hurtful comments and bullying, she realizes she needs the Lord’s help and strength to dare to be different and start a wonderful new life.