Océanne would love to have a swimming pool or take a trip in an airplane like her new friend does. But Océanne’s parents are farmers. They sell at the local market. It doesn’t earn them a great deal and it takes a lot of work. Nevertheless, the family takes a weekend off to go visit Oceanne’s great grandmother at Baie Sainte-Marie in Nova Scotia. It’s a trip that will give her a chance to appreciate how fortunate she is, and put her little aggravations into perspective. What’s more, she has an idea that will take shape while she’s there–one which will make her parents proud and make Océanne herself a partner in their market venture.