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The Girl Who Owned a City

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to be no talking or screaming, no lighting candles up, or even standing near a window because, it could show other people there living there. The supplies could last for at least a year, which means that they were in good hands for now. Chapter 6, she started off by trusting Craig. Antagonist: Chedister Gang, the Chedister Gang has been hated by some of the Grand Ave Militia. Nelson, first published in 1975. After the local gang burns down her house, she gets the idea of making a defensible castle, and Lisa leads the way in turning the local high school into her own castle, a new city that she fights to run and keep.

Citation needed Origins of the book edit In 1960, author. Tom Logan- Gang Leader, Lisa's Enemy, Groups up with other Child Gangs * Ericka- Craig's sister, decides to go live alone with his brother on the farm instead of Glendbard where they could be safe. The theme was that if you want to sucseed, you have to use your brain because when Tom Logan took over Glenbard, Lisa use her head to think of a way to get in and earn back her city, Glenbard. Lisa spends her recovery time planning and preparing to take back her city, with the help of her friends. Others are also copying Lisa's idea of the rock avalanche on the roof. She also has an idea to get supplies from a grocery warehouse. Ten-year-old Lisa Nelson takes on a leadership role, finding stores of food and organizing Grand Avenue for protection against gangs. Summary Study Guide includes comprehensive information and analysis to help you understand the book.

Lisa had the idea of building the militia and she lead it to the saftey of Glendbard. It took Lisa a week to snap back again from the shock. That night, the Chidester gang attacked again, but was stopped when Todd pulled the rock slide alarm and a rock hit Tom on the head. The book includes several elements related to the author's real life. Lisa decides that the kids need someplace defensible. Every house has a different alarm so that the children would know which house to help just in case trouble comes. Hillary's Opinion, i think the book was a great book, it taught children that at one point, there parents aren't going to be there, but they could do many things on there own. The Chedister Gang just wants food since they haven't found any, but they look for it the dumbest way possible, causing Todd to get hurt.

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Charlie wanted to join the Chedister Gang to help his family by gather food, but Tom made him steal Lisa's food in individualist are Called Psychopaths order to join the gang. The children set up defenses, including watch dogs and booby traps. Thats exactly what happened, that moment when the Chedister Gang beat Todd up, and ran with the food the got. Nelson currently lives in Minnesota. They moved to Glendbard High School, which looked a lot like a castle. But they were rudely interrupted by the Chidester Gang. The Girl Who Owned a City is the only published novel. If any semblance of a free society is to exist in the new world, the citizens of Glenbard must make themselves capable of protecting and growing it by gaining in knowledge, power, and organization, and at the same time continuing to incorporate leadership and respect. While Lisa was driving and Todd was sleeping in the car, Lisa was worried that the gang might attack again. Lisa Nelson has been living the rest of her life without her parents.