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Read "The Girl Who Owned a City The Graphic Novel" by O. T. (Terry) Nelson available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Editorial Reviews. From the Publisher. A killing virus has swept the earth, sparing only children #90 in Children's Dystopian Fiction Books; # in Children's Dystopian Sci-Fi Books; # in Children's Survival Story eBooks. Would you like . O T Nelson. When a plague sweeps over the earth killing everyone except children under twelve, ten-year-old Lisa organizes a group to rebuild a new way of life. Add tags for "The girl who owned a city".

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AudiseeĀ® eBooks with Audio combine professional narration and sentence highlighting to engage reluctant readers! A deadly virus killed every adult on Earth. The girl who owned a city [electronic resource (PDF eBook)] / O.T. Nelson. Saved in: Headquarters Collection (CBRL) - eBooks (PDF) - Children's Fiction. The girl who owned a city by O. T. Nelson, , Runestone Press edition, in English.

Overall, this is an entertaining read with great artwork that is sure to attract fans of graphic novels. It is an overall engaging story that could spark some lively debate over the true meaning of sharing and leadership. The faces of the children are angular and interesting, looking realistically like kids who have been struggling to survive. This will be an ideal recommendation for readers looking for a dystopian story in which young people need to step up and be their own heroes. Seeing the danger in trying to live apart after a virus kills off every adult and adolescent, Lisa organizes a growing crowd of the less-aggressive surviving children into an armed militia. By the same token, when, after several increasingly violent skirmishes, the brutal Chidester Gang invades, she heroically confronts their hideously disfigured leader and through force of personality singlehandedly drives the bandits off. Among her varied projects are the illustrations for three titles by Jamie S. She lives in Oregon. Author: O. Nelson O. Nelson has said that he wrote The Girl Who Owned a City because he wanted "children to realize that they are important and that they have the ability to think and make a difference. Nelson is an artist and writer who lives in Minnesota with his wife.

Lisa, their year-old leader, has found a supply of food. She has even devised a plan to keep them safe-for now. They have a lot to learn, though, such as how to defend the school that is now their city, how to get along with each other, and how to do all the jobs that adults used to do.

Espousing such values as cooperation and the importance of making informed choices, O. Nelson tempers a potentially disturbing situation with a strong young heroine and a positive prognosis for the future.

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Julie Dretzin's skilled narration brings life to this powerful book requested by teachers all over the country. With soft overtones Dretzin nimbly moves from one preadolescent character to the next, varying voices through pitch and intensity. Her reading tone lightens during conversations, adding animation to these sections.

She picks up the pace during exciting moments but also allows for short pauses to dramatize the importance of events.

The long narrative passages tend to occasionally slow down the momentum but also allow the story's ideas to be heard. An interesting survival story is enhanced by Dretzin's skilled reading. CD - unabridged Kit 5 discs.

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