Franklin Roosevelt Cribbs’ summer job, at an art and music camp in the Wisconsin woods, spiraled into the wildest journey of his life. But this was true for almost anyone in that summer of 1968. Camp Nantoka was a piece of Chicago ripped from its roots and dropped into the woods. While campers came for art and music, their city simmered with racial tension and political turmoil. Thrust into the maelstrom, Cribbsy feels his way, learning fast, arguing, fighting, blundering, falling in love, coming of age.