A New York Times Bestseller!
Named a “Most Anticipated Graphic Novel for 2020” by The Washington Post
Making friends isn't easy, but losing them is even harder! Natalie has never felt that she's enough — athletic enough, stylish enough, or talented enough. And on the first day of middle school, Natalie discovers that things are worse than she thought — now she's not even cool enough for her best friend, Lily! As Natalie tries to get her best friend back, she learns more about her true self and natural talents. If Natalie can focus on who she is rather than who she isn't, then she just might realize she's more than enough, just the way she is.
A story of self-worth, self acceptance and being more of who you are!
With the humor and illustrative style of a daily newspaper comic, debuting creator Scrivan’s story of middle school minefields is gentle and timeless ” -Publishers Weekly
Scrivan’s exuberant, comic strip–esque art and simple dialogue will entice a range of readers, who will relate to Nat’s insecurities..."- School Library Journal
A straighfoward, heartfelt story." - Kirkus Reviews
* A Mighty Girl Pick of the Day.
* A Might Girl Community pick.
Maria writes funny, Maria draws funny, and Maria does it with a ton of heart." - Jim Davis, creator of Garfield
Forget Me Nat (Book 2)
(Graphix/Scholastic September 2020)
It's called a crush for a reason...
For the first time in her life, Natalie feels confident in her own skin. Her talents are being recognized, she has supportive friends, and she's spending a ton of time with her crush, Derek! But when Derek tells Natalie that he wants to be just friends, Natalie's self-confidence quickly changes to self-loathing. As she attempts to recover from her broken heart, Natalie casts aside her talents and even her friends. With no one to turn to, Natalie will have to pull herself out of this mess on her own.
"As with the first volume, Scrivan’s cartoony artwork is bubbly and colorful, making for another fun
and thoughtful middle-grade graphic novel for fans of Shannon Hale’s Real Friends (2017) or
Lucy Knisley’s Stepping Stones (2020)." -Booklist
"One of the highlights of the Nat series has been the way Scrivan brings her well-honed skills as a syndicated daily newspaper cartoonist to the drawing table…An absolute joy to behold.” -Comics Beat
"If you are looking for a funny, readable book that explores some extremely relatable growing pains, then Nat Enough and Forget Me Nat will be right up your alley. And for those middle school readers who might feel like they’re alone in the challenges they face with friendship and romance, this series will show them that nothing could be further from the truth." -Comics Beat
Comics Beat: Forget Me Nat Review
...One sitting and my heart grew two sizes at the end of this one. I love Natalie throughout the whole book." -Sierra Dertinger
Absolutely Nat (Book 3)
Companion to the New York Times bestseller Nat Enough!
You can stay stuck or go forward, but you can't go back!
Natalie has just arrived at summer camp and soon realizes it isn't anything like the brochure. Instead of spending the summer with her best friends, Zoe and Flo, Natalie is stuck with her ex-BFF, Lily, and someone even more annoying than the endless mosquitoes: Millie Flatbottom. Even worse, she's constantly pushed out of her comfort zone and forced to come face-to-face with some of her greatest fears. Although summer camp isn't at all what Natalie expected, could it be exactly what she needs?