From Meg Cabot, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Princess Diaries!
Thirteen-year-old Dinah Lance knows exactly what she wants, who she is, and where she's going. First, she'll win the battle of the bands with her two best friends, then she'll join the Gotham City Junior Police Academy so she can solve crimes just like her dad. Who knows, her rock-star group of friends may even save the world, but first they'll need to agree on a band name. When a mysterious figure keeps getting in the way of Dinah's goals and threatens her friends and family, she'll learn more about herself, her mother's secret past, and navigating the various power chords of life.
With expressive and energetic art by Cara McGee to match the trademark attitude and spunk of Meg Cabot's characters and dialogue, this mother-daughter story embraces the highs and lows of growing up without growing out of what makes us unique. It's an inspirational song that encourages readers to find their own special voices to sing along with Black Canary!
About the Author
Meg Cabot is an award-winning author. Her books for adults, teens and tweens have included multiple #1 New York Times bestsellers, selling well over 25 million copies worldwide. Cabot's Princess Diaries series has been published in more than 38 countries and was made into two hit films by Disney. She is also the author of the popular Mediator series and the Heather Wells mystery series. Meg was born in Indiana during the Chinese astrological year of the Fire Horse, a notoriously unlucky sign, but has been working hard ever since to give herself a happy ending. She currently lives in Key West with her husband.
Cara McGee is a BFA graduate of SCAD's sequential art program. Since graduating in 2010, she has worked on a number of personal mini comics, as well as comics, covers, and illustrations for companies like BOOM!, DC Comics, IDW, and Cards Against Humanity. She currently lives in the woods in the middle of nowhere and travels as much as her schedule allows.
“Cabot does well by Dinah Lance, embracing the spunky attitude Dinah fans adore. McGee's artwork…reinforce[s] the girl-power aesthetic.” —Kirkus Review
"Dinah Lance's story will be familiar to any woman or girl who has ever been told that she's too loud, brash, and disruptive for this world." —Bustle
"Fantastic! Find your voice with the Black Canary!" —Jennifer & Matthew Holm, New York Times bestsellers of Sunny Side Up & co-creators of the Babymouse series