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Maria Scrivan is an award-winning syndicated cartoonist and New York Times bestselling author. Her laugh-out-loud comic, Half Full, appears daily in newspapers nationwide and on Gocomics.com. Maria licenses her work for hundreds of greeting cards, and her cartoons have also appeared in MAD Magazine, Parade, Wired and many other publications. Maria’s debut graphic novel, Nat Enough, was released in April 2020 and her forthcoming follow-up, Forget Me Nat, will be available on September 1, 2020. Visit Maria online at mariascrivan.com or on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @mariascrivan.
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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?
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 might realize she's more than enough, just the way she is.
For the first time in her life, Natalie feels confident. 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 just wants to be friends, Natalie's self-confidence quickly changes to self-doubt. As she tries 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.