Right as Rain
Rain's family is reeling after the death of her older brother. Her mom tries to keep busy to forget the pain and initiates the family moving to a big city away from their past. Her dad is so depressed that he can hardly get out of bed. And Rain blames herself for her brother's death.
The new neighborhood and school are a challenge because Rain is the only one with her skin color and she is afraid to open up to anyone about her family. Thru running and required community service, Rain realizes that she is not alone.
This was a very touching book that kept you wanting to read to find out the back story of Rain's brother, Guthrie. Chapters of "That Night" are interspersed throughout to keep you interested in what really happened the night of Guthrie's death. I enjoyed it.