It's Harvey versus a little girl-who's stronger? "Harvey is coming But everything is going to be all right " Mom exclaims to Malea. But her young daughter struggles to understand who and what Harvey is. As the water rises inside her home all around her, she wonders, "how is everything going to be all right?" Experiencing the storm leads Malea to understand Harvey, and along the way she discovers something special about the human spirit, about overcoming adversity, and about herself. For the young reader: This is a cartoon style-book that can be read and reread while asking yourself, "What would I do?" For Parents and Grandparents: This cartoon-illustrated story is a realistic yet gentle way to share the historic events of 2017 with your children and grandchildren without scaring them. Photographs from hurricane Harvey are included at the end of the book to merge Malea's story with the reality of the storm to emphasize the idea that children can overcome adversity.For Teachers: Using a cartoon-illustrated layout, this story opens itself up to classroom discussions. In addition, there are actual photographs with questions and prompts at the end of the book which can be modified for age appropriateness. Reading Everything is Going to Be All Right opens the door to meaningful and thoughtful discussions on many levels.