Not everyone in Rose’s family is happy about the two Saudi Arabian police officers staying at Grandma’s house. Nine-year-old Rose and grandma help the officers with English lessons and the officers share their culture and Islamic religion. The officers’ kind ways and good manners soon win the hearts of Rose and her grandparents. Rose becomes confused and worried by her dad’s continued avoidance of Fahd and Abdul and his warnings to stay away from the masjid. Rose is determined to change her dad’s mind about his dislike and distrust of the Muslim officers. She creates one unique plan after another and refuses to become discouraged when her plans backfire and she gets into problems with her dad. Rose designs an ingenious new PLAN. Its success or failure will have a lasting affect on Rose, her family and new friends. The Association of Muslim Women in America, Inc. (AMWA) selected Linda D. Delgado to receive the Excellence in Media, Literary Arts award. The award is based on her work as author of the children’s book series, “Islamic Rose Books”. The Visitors is the first book in this series.