Her name is absolutely perfect. It is beautiful and fascinating and winsome, and Chrysanthemum loves it. That is, until the first day of school, when Chrysanthemum discovers that not everybody thinks her name is perfect like she and her parents do. After all, it barely fits on her name tag! It has thirteen letters! It’s a flower! Her classmates seem to think her name is perfectly dreadful, and after a day of teasing, Chrysanthemum begins to think so too. But Chrysanthemum is not the only person at school with a long unique flower name, and when this person comes to Chrysanthemum’s defense, her school days become absolutely perfect.