Hailey loves being a girl from the stars, but she wishes she knew another eleven-year-old who is fantastically strange like her. She discovers Violet, a maybe-weirdo who draws magical dragons on her own arms and colors her hair like a delicious mint chip milkshake. Bu tbefore they can talk, Hailey has to fight her way through bullies and make herself become a giant woman. When Hailey and Violet finally meet, they open up a wormhole full of french fries, dragons, and magic. Through the power of out-of-this-world friendship, Violet and Hailey share the wonder of being their very own weirdos, together.
New friendships open up new galaxies, but they can also create new problems. Even though Violet finally feels free to be her own self with Hailey, the rest of the world can't see Violet for who she really is. Violet is forced to confront what it means to be a weirdo in a world that wants you to be normal. With the help of Hailey, her magic wand, and the Universe, the girls team up to break free from everyone's expectations and take flight to the stars and beyond.
This is the sequel to Amy Heart's "The Girl from the Stars: Hailey's Journey back to the Sky."