“When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” So the saying goes, and so it goes for Lem, a young girl suffering from an unspeakable loss. In Lemons (Crown, $16.99), Lem must adjust to a new life with her grandfather in an unfamiliar town. Adventure awaits her when she meets Tobin and they set out to capture Bigfoot on camera. Whether or not they find their quarry, Lem and Tobin will discover multitudes about themselves and each other. Equal parts funny and sad, child psychologist Melissa Savage’s novel simultaneously explores grief and celebrates life. Ages 9-12.