Twelve-year-old JJ loves three things: her great-grandma, her cat, and photography. But she’s never going to be a real photographer unless she gets better equipment. When her best friend, Kat, discovers a photo contest with the grand prize of a fancy digital camera—the kind JJ’s parents could never afford—she jumps at the chance to win it.
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Things start going wrong when ditzy Aunt Lissa moves in under mysterious circumstances and JJ’s forced to share her room. Why did Lissa lose her job anyway? Kat has all sorts of theories—theories that bring more trouble than the girls can imagine.
Gram’s not doing so great, the cat’s always trying to sneak out, and Aunt Lissa’s ruining JJ’s summer. According to Gram, photography is JJ’s God-given talent, but how can that be true when everything keeps going wrong?
“The moving story of a young girl who finds her God-given gift, while coming to terms with loss and change.”
Author of Eli and The Jesus Experience
“Young readers will relate to the story of a girl trying to find her place in her family and in the world, and the strong voice and gentle sense of humor will keep them reading. Not to mention a wayward cat and a mystery or two. A fun read with real emotions and good values.”
~JEANNIE ST. JOHN TAYLOR,
Radio Host and Author/Illustrator of thirty-plus books
“Delightful characters, realistic situations, and beautifully expressed emotions make Picture Imperfect the perfect read.”
~ANGELA RUTH STRONG,
Author of The Fun4Hire Series