Diana Prince is the best. Usually.
But these days, she's coming in second...in history class, in gymnastics, in the race to feed Sir Isaac, the classroom newt. She could double down on training, but when her foe is getting a boost from a mystical mask, will that be enough? No, she will have to rely on her friends to help her combat this newly dangerous menace!
Along the way, they'll discover why so many classmates, family members, and super-villains have gone missing. And why there are so many Cheetahs in the mix! DC Super Hero Girls: Ghosting
introduces Tatsu Yamashiro, a.k.a. Katana, to the beloved DC Super Hero Girls series. This story is perfect for ages 6-10 and a great entry point into the DC Universe and graphic novels.Author:
8.00h x 5.40w x 0.40dISBN:
About the Author
Amanda Deibert is an award-winning television and comic book writer. Her work includes DC Super Hero Girls, Teen Titans Go!, Wonder Woman '77, Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman, and a story in Love Is Love (a New York Times #1 bestseller) along with comics for IDW, Dark Horse, Bedside Press, and Storm King. She's written TV shows for CBS, Syfy, OWN, Hulu, and former vice president Al Gore's international climate broadcast, 24 Hours of Reality.
Yancey Labat is the bestselling illustrator of the original DC Super Hero Girls graphic novel series. He got his start at Marvel Comics before moving on to illustrate children's books from Hello Kitty to Peanuts for Scholastic, as well as books for Chronicle Books, ABC Mouse, and others. His book How Many Jelly Beans?
with writer Andrea Menotti won the 2013 Cook Prize for best STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) picture book from Bank Street College of Education.