It's there at every family event. A little smaller, collapsible, and
decked out with paper napkins because you can't be trusted with the good ones. But you're stuck there. At the Kid Table. Because to them-to the adults-you're still a kid.

Ingrid Bell and her five teenage cousins are in exactly this
situation. Never mind the fact that high school is almost over. They're still eating mac and cheese with a toddler. But what happens when the rules change? When Brianne, the oldest cousin, lands a seat at the Adult Table, the others are in shock. What does it take to graduate from the Kid Table?

Over the course of five family events, Ingrid and her cousins attempt to finish childhood and send the infamous table into retirement. But as Ingrid turns on the charm in order to manipulate her situation, the family starts questioning her motives. And when her first love comes in the form of first betrayal (he's Brianne's boyfriend), Ingrid is forced to consider how she fits into this family and what it means to grow up.

“This book is the real thing—hilarious, original, and as true as your mother thinking your boyfriend's too good for you. Boy do I wish I'd written it.”
      —Meg Rosoff, author of the Michael L. Printz award winner How I Live Now