Gene Stratton-Porter was an American author, amateur naturalist, wildlife photographer. She was one of the earliest women to form a movie studio and production company. Some works of the author were translated into different languages, and they were estimated to have had 50 million readers around the world. She was the supporter of the conservation of wild nature. The ecological concerns of the novel urge the reader that our problems in modern society are mere variations on a theme. The reverence for hard work, creativity, and strict moral standards are refreshing. On the first day of school, Elnora's tacky clothes and disability to fit in with the arrogant mean girls, with the fact that she learns she will needs an surprising amount of money for books and training leads her to brief slough. But her own mastery, along with the help of a loving neighbor couple, Margaret and Wesley Sinton, solve some of her problems… Read the story to know what happened with her!