Second Chances is the story of Joseph, whose parents divorced when he was four years old. His life changed dramatically: living in two different places, having a step-mom, step-dad, and two step-brothers, and feeling like no one really cared about him. One day, when Joseph was ten, he discovered the local library. He liked the books and puzzles and beanbag chairs. The librarian, Clara, talked to him and said she didn't mind at all if he spent time there. She even asked Joseph to help her with some of her tasks, and that made him feel good inside. Joseph soon realized that he may have come from a broken home, but he himself was not broken.