Ink Girls

(Author) (Illustrator)

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$15.99  $14.87
Greenwillow Books
Publish Date
5.9 X 8.9 X 0.7 inches | 1.3 pounds

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About the Author

Marieke Nijkamp (she/they/any) is the author of the middle grade graphic novel Ink Girls as well as several books for young adults, which include #1 New York Times bestsellers, a critically acclaimed anthology, graphic novels, and comics. She studied philosophy and medieval history, and when she isn't writing, she loves to garden, roll dice, and daydream. Marieke Nijkamp lives and writes in Small Town, the Netherlands.

Sylvia Bi is an illustrator who loves drawing stories with expansive, vibrant worlds, an undercurrent of chaos, and girls running on rooftops. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, she explores and shares diverse stories and experiences through the power of a (digital) pen. She is also a book designer, a frog enthusiast, and an avid earring collector. Sylvia Bi lives in Brooklyn, New York.


"This fabulous mystery celebrates the importance of truth and transparency--and Sylvia Bi's attention to detail is astonishing!" -- Dan Santat, award-winning author of A First Time for Everything

"Glorious! With immersive world-building and brilliantly developed characters, this empowering read is absolutely unforgettable." -- Ellen Oh, acclaimed author of Finding Junie Kim

"In this vibrant story about the power of the printed word and the strength of found families, every page is bursting with life and detail." -- Ethan Aldridge, creator of the bestselling Estranged

"[Two] girls become caught in a web of political intrigue and urban corruption as they work to expose treachery and make a better world. . . . Drawn in warm jewel tones and embellished with charming details . . . Bi's meticulous, lively art captures the bustling streets and a sense of adventure around every corner. . . . Cinzia navigates her world as a cane user whose disability never excludes her from the action. Elena's neurodivergence is presented as an asset . . . A topical ode to truth-telling and community." -- Kirkus Reviews

"A feel-good graphic novel about truth, friendship, and grassroots power . . . When Cinzia and Mestra are arrested for printing an unflattering truth about the corrupt Lord Magistrate . . Cinzia soon finds allies in young Contessina Elena, pirate Carlotta, and hijabi Aneeqah; together they endeavor to free Mestra while also investigating the Magistrate's corruption to restore trust throughout Siannerra. . . . Savvy readers will notice commentary on the contemporary political landscape in this high-stakes story of communal action." -- Publishers Weekly

"This energetic and optimistic graphic novel overflows with collectivism and an activist spirit. . . . Friendship, family, home, and political risk-taking are thoughtfully presented through well-paced dialogue and inset boxes showcasing characters' inner thoughts. . . . This lively, inclusive, and engaging story is also a timely reminder of the value of a free press." -- Horn Book Magazine