Teen painter Jasmine "Jazz" Fletcher finally gets her big break with a one-woman art exhibition! But when her special-needs sister adds color to Jazz's paintings--to "make them happier"--Jazz sees red. Her mounting rage sparks conflicts with family and friends. As it grows, will Jazz turn to God to help her forgive Kendra and appreciate her unique gift? Find out how Jazz recognizes her need for Christ to cover her sins and change her from the inside. Recommended for ages 8 to 12.
Written by bestselling author Dandi Daley mackall, in this series girls use Internet technology to unite and connect in powerful new ways.Discover a world where girls come together from completely different backgrounds and beliefs to start a journey of faith and self-discovery.When Jazz gets her big breakher own one-woman art show for Big Lakes Spring Fling celebrationshes ecstatic
until Kendra, her special needs sister,ruins her paintings by trying to make them happier and more colorful. Jazz discovers she cant control her anger, and her rage at family and friends grows to the point that she recognizes the need for Christ to cover her sins and change her from the inside.DANDI DALEY MACKALL won her first writing contest when she was ten years old with fifty words on why she wanted to be a batboy. She won, but they wouldnt let a girl be a batboy. It was her first taste of rejection. She bounced back and has since published 400 books. Dandi lives in rural West Salem, OH, and enjoys her husband and kids, who will still, on occasion, be up for a game of family softball.
Dandi Daley Mackall loves God, children, words, and animals. Her nearly 500 books for children and grown-ups have sold more than four million copies worldwide. She won the ECPA Christian Book Award for Best Childrens Book 2015 and multiple Moms Choice Awards, as well as ALA Best Book, NY Public Library Top Pick, Childrens Book Council Award of Excellence, and the Helen Keating Ott Award for Contributions to Childrens Literature. Her novel My Boyfriends Dogs is now a Hallmark Movie. Dandi writes from rural Ohio, where she lives with her family, including horses, dogs, cats, and an occasional squirrel, deer, or raccoon.