From Our Editors
How different life is for seven-year-old Emma and her older brother, Zach, when their Aunt Evelyn and Uncle Elliot care for them while their parents are away. They don't know how to fix breakfast and have too many rules, but Emma is willing to teach them how to be parents.
From the Publisher
It's not fair, Emma thinks, for her parents to go away (for five whole days) and leave her with an aunt and uncle she hardly knows. What if they don't like children? But Aunt Evelyn and Uncle Eliot like Emma and her brother, Zachary, just fine. They also like rules. Rules about: Eating. Sleeping. Cleaning up. Messing up. Emma doesn't b...