18-year-old Tumelo, who calls himself a teenage adult, tells the story of how two of his younger siblings, Akhile and Azande, wanted to share their awesome gogo (grandmother) with other children – specifically children, who live far from their gogos or don’t have gogos.
In the book, he shares how his father reluctantly agreed to help his siblings make this a reality, using their gogo’s magical powers.
But does Gogo even have magical powers, just because her name is “Magic”? How did she get them? When did she get them? A Magical Food Truck – is there even such a thing?