Spring in high school brings a whole new set of challenges for feisty freshman Jinx more tests, new sports, and anticipation for summer. But more frightening to Jinx than anything else is the dreaded school dance... and to make matters worse, this one is girls' choice That means Jinx's friends Charley and Greg are competing to be her date, as if the very thought of dancing wasn't awkward enough. And on the home front, Jinx is faced with even more changes when her usually distant mom suddenly wants to be BFFs.
As Jinx deals with questions of female identity and growing up, and as rules and relationships become more complicated, one thing remains the same: Jinx means bad luck to anyone who gets in the way of getting her way A story told with great wit, humor, heart, and style you'll fall in love with the realistic and uplifting story of"Jinx: Little Miss Steps." An original graphic novel.
About the Author
J. Torres won the Shuster Award for Outstanding Writer for his work on Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, Love As a Foreign Language and Teen Titans Go. He is also the writer of the Eisner Award nominated Alison Dare and the YALSA listed Days Like This and Lola: A Ghost Story. Other comic book credits include Avatar: The Last Airbender, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Legion of Super-Heroes in the 31st Century, Ninja Scroll, Wonder Girl, Wonder Woman, and WALL-E: Recharge.
Bitten by a radioactive typewriter, Sholly Fisch has spent tRick Burchett has worked as a comics artist for over 25 yearhe wee hours writing books, comics, TV scripts, and online ms. He has received the comics industry's Eisner Award three aterial for over 25 years. His comic book credits include motimes, Spain's Haxtur Award, and he has been nominated forEnre than 200 stories and features about characters such as Bagland's Eagle award. Rick lives with his wife and two sons ntman, Superman, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Spider-Man, and Ben ear St. Louis, Missouri. 10. Currently, he writes stories for ACTION COMICS every month, plus stories for LOONEY TUNES and SCOOBY-DOO. By day, Sholly is a mild-mannered developmental psychologist who helps to create educational TV shows, web sites, and other media for kids.