Making Friends: Back to the Drawing Board by Kristen GudsnukMaking Friends: Back to the Drawing Board by Kristen Gudsnuk

Making Friends: Back to the Drawing Board

byKristen Gudsnuk

Paperback | July 30, 2019

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Dany creates a magical duplicate of herself to help with homework and making friends, but it gets complicated when they accidentally let loose a Hinn (sort of like a genie, only it doesn't grant wishes!). And with the big school dance coming up, time is running out to set things right in the town. But when Dany's high school bully, Nick Maloney, befriends the Hinn and shows up at the dance using its magical powers to control the evening, the only thing left to do is save the day! Sigh . . . Again.
Kristen Gudsnuk is the creator of the comic series Henchgirl, and the illustrator of the book series VIP by Jen Calonita. In her spare time she performs with the band Sally. Kristen learned everything she knows about art and life from Sailor Moon, X-Men, and Animorphs. This is the sequel to her debut book for Graphix, Making Friends. S...
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Title:Making Friends: Back to the Drawing BoardFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:208 pages, 8 × 5.55 × 0.66 inShipping dimensions:8 × 5.55 × 0.66 inPublished:July 30, 2019Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1338139266

ISBN - 13:9781338139266

Appropriate for ages: 8

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Praise for Making Friends:"This charming graphic novel features full-color, manga-inspired illustrations and a breezy plot that blends wish fulfillment and fantasy with an approachable and contemporary storyline. With a broad brush, Gudsnuk hits many of the angst-y issues of middle school, including popularity, bullying, family relationships, body image, and fandom, creating appeal for a large swath of readers. A nifty pastiche of middle school matters." - Kirkus