Adventure awaits and Mup is ready for it. But with one bad wish, a creeping disaster unfolds and Mup finds herself trapped in the future, face-to-face with the one person she never wanted to become: her teenage self.
With the world's plants dying all around them, the girls must overcome their differences and work together to uncover the secret to the planet's survival - which may have something to do with a forgotten mystery of the earth's prehistoric past.
A bold, entertaining, and intelligent environmental tale with great emotional resonance - a winner...
Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
Inspiring young readers at a school assembly in Sacramento, CA
The pages came to life from the first to the last, and relevant social issues are revealed in a fun and non-threatening way. This is a story for all ages: the young, to introduce them to the important issue of conservation; the teenager, to soothe their anxiety about leaving childhood behind; the adult, for a gentle reminder about the feelings of being a teenager and the importance of holding onto the family. Raea Gragg is truly a dynamo...read more reviews
Joanie Chevalier for Readers' Favorite
Introducing MUP the graphic novel