Lois Lane and the Friendship Challenge

Lois Lane and the Friendship Challenge

From New York Times bestselling author Grace Ellis (Lumberjanes) and artist Brittney Williams (Goldie Vance) comes a new story about 13-year-old Lois Lane as she navigates the confusing worlds of social media and friendship.

It's the first day of summer break in the sleepy town of Liberty View, and young Lois Lane bursts onto the scene with what she knows is a sure-to-go-viral video channel. Okay, maybe her platform only receives two views a week (thanks, Mom), and maybe her best friend, Kristen, isn't quite as enthusiastic about social media, but when Lois sets her mind on something, there's no turning back.

At the end of the week, the big neighborhood barbecue and bike race will be the perfect backdrop to Lois and Kristen's #friendshipchallenge video. But when the girls find out the annual fireworks are missing, Lois doubles down on her efforts for fame, testing her friendship in ways she couldn't imagine.

With Kristen leaving for sleepaway camp after the barbeque and a new girl on the block taking all of Kristen's attention, will Lois be able to find the missing fireworks, celebrate the summer, and post the best #friendshipchallenge the internet has ever seen? Or will she have to face her challenges IRL?

Title:Lois Lane and the Friendship Challenge
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  • Maya

    I love Lois Lane so I was really looking forward to this book. Not only am I not in the demographic my children are no longer in the demographic. So take my review with that disclosure in mind. The ar...

  • Allie

    This rating/review is based on an ARC from Netgalley and DC Comics. I had high hopes going into this because I like what DC has done with Wonder Woman middle grade comic. This is bad though! Lois Lane...

  • Widget

    I have very mixed feelings about this book. From a purely commercial standpoint I think this book will do well. As a bookseller I would still recommend it to readers who liked Shannon Hale's "Real Fri...

  • Cass Moskowitz

    I enjoy a lot of these stories coming out about the heroes a lot of us grew up with, but with a new take. This one was so so. The art was truly vibrant and captured the energy of the book, but the sto...

  • Cadence

    "I liked how Lois Lane and her friend Kristin got back together after they had a friend fight. They also made a new friend named Izzy and the three of them solved a mystery. It was planned as somethin...

  • Darla

    What made Lois Lane become a reporter? This new middle grade graphic novel gives us a scenario where Lois discovers the value of investigative reporting. She and her best friend both want the best sum...

  • Maggie Carr

    An element of mystery hidden in a friendship that is being tested. Jealousy over new friends, struggling with evolving change and growing up, and a summer apart drove Lois to accuse others where the b...

  • Laura

    Lois Lane, to me, is the hero for little girls to look up to. A strong, independent journalist, with strong skills in sleuthing. And, I suppose she had to start somewhere, but this story, of where she...

  • Ryan

    What in the Hades did this author do to Lois Lane. This is Lois Lane as a middle grade student. I hate her. She's whiny, she's obnoxious, and she's a terrible friend. I know all kids grow up to be dif...

  • Ms. Yingling

    E ARC provided by NetgalleyThe illustrations are great, and the plot is okay, but I had some issues with this. Lois was one of the most self-centered, thoughtless characters I have see portrayed latel...