Fourteen-year-old Angie has worries way beyond her capabilities. Her younger sister Sophie has an autistic disorder that causes her to shriek incessantly, and as a result, Angie, Sophie and their mother are always being evicted from whatever residence they are renting. Then the family moves in with Aunt Vi and across the fence is a huge black Great Dane. Sophie falls in love and takes to imitating the “inside of a dog” which is fortunately a calm place, and her shrieking stops. Angie and the dog’s elderly owner form a friendship that is rewarding to both of them. A beautiful and captivating story; the characters are sensitively portrayed and the relationships between them are heart-warming. As the title suggests, this is a story about finding one’s true place in the world.