Your browser is not supported. For the best experience, you should upgrade to a modern browser with improved speed and security.

Donut the Destroyer

Donut (middle name: The; last name: Destroyer) has a heart of gold and incredible strength. She lives in a world where everyone is born with a special ability and can choose whether to develop it for good or evil. Donut has just received the best news of her life — she's been accepted to Lionheart School for Heroes! But her parents are the most infamous villains around, and her best friend, Ivy, can't understand why Donut would choose a life of boring heroism and ruin their plans to cause chaos.

Donut is determined to prove that, despite her last name, she's meant to go her own way and be a hero. Meanwhile, Ivy cooks up a plan to get Donut kicked out of Lionheart — and back on track to villainy! This hilarious and unique graphic novel explores friendship, family, and what happens when you defy and exceed expectations.

Current Price:

  • Featured
    $20.10
  • Lowest
    $18.46
Prices as of 10/31/20 13:29
Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on amightygirl.com at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Where to Purchase:

What's this?

Support A Mighty Girl & Help Grow Mighty Girls!

It's easy to support A Mighty Girl's girl empowerment mission. Every time you purchase resources using the vendor buttons on our website, A Mighty Girl receives a small commission – all at no added cost to you. Thank you for helping us to provide these resources for everyone raising Mighty Girls!

Description

"Along with a chunky drawing style and pink-tinged palette, Purenins (Our Super Adventure) and Graley (Glitch) place their mutual penchant for antics (demonic rituals in the home) and absurd banter ('The living room has far superior energy than the basement... for wrangling up the undead') on full display. And their underlying message — the importance of forging one’s own path, for better or for worse — is a heartwarming one." — Publishers Weekly

Product Details

Recommended Age 9 - 12
Author Sarah Graley, Stef Purenins
ISBN 1338541935
Publication Date Jun 2, 2020
Publisher Graphix
Language English