Fifteen-year-old Josie Jessop goes from blending into the crowd to being the White Girl when her mother marries a First Nations man and moves them to his house on a reserve outside the city, where she must come to terms with her new home, new school, and new family amidst very few friendly faces. Josie has to come to terms with being identified as the White girl on the reserve as she strives to fit in and make this new family situation work. Josie must find her inner integrity with the help and guidance of her step-grandmother. Author Sylvia Olsen writes with authority in this teen novel based on her lived experience of marrying a First Nation man in British Columbia and raising their family on reserve. Themes include interracial families, bullying, stereotypes, racism, and identity. Mature themes and coarse language. ATOS Reading Level: 4.9; Reading Level: 4.3; Lexile Measure: 760.