Twelve-year-old April Clark is passionate about two things: woodworking and hunting, both skills learned from her beloved grandfather. But this year, GrandJack is recovering from a health problem and can’t join the trip to turkey camp. He tells her that a different sort of trip can still be great and gives her his prize box call to bring for luck. On the day of the hunt, April is determined to land the biggest, best tom she can. But her insistence on only getting the best turkey leads her to make a big mistake. Suddenly, the huge gobbler she’s bagged doesn’t seem quite so perfect. To make things right with GrandJack—and herself—April will have to figure out if different can still be good, and whether perfect really is best.