“Cary and Janessa have been living in an abandoned camper deep in the woods of Tennessee for a while. Their mother went into town one day, and never showed back up. The girls were self sufficient as the mother was addicted to meth.
Socials services picks the girls up and brings them to live with their biological father.
They are sent to the school in the district. As the story continues, the truth about their leaving their father, their mother, and the events that happened in the woods is told.
Music is an important part of the story. Some of the violin tunes played by Cary could be explored for a tie with music.”