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    9781554535811 Hardback, $16.95 CAD
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    Fountas & Pinnell Text Level Gradient: N Lexile measure: GN360L
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    For sale with exclusive rights in: WORLD
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    Distributor: Hachette Book Group Availability: In stock Carton Quantity: 50 $8.95 CAD
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Future According to Luz, The
Luz Sees the Light
By (author): Claudia Dávila Illustrated by: Claudia Dávila
9781554537662 Paperback, Digest English Juvenile: Age (years) from 8 - 12, Grade (US) from 3 - 7 JUVENILE FICTION / Comics & Graphic Novels / General Aug 01, 2011
$8.95 CAD
Active 6.5 x 8.5 x 0.31 in 96 pages Kids Can Press
 
Green Earth Book Award , Newton Marasco Foundation 2012, Commended Joe Shuster Dragon Award 2012, Short-listed
Change is in the air. Power outages are increasing, and gas prices are soaring. At first, 12-year-old Luz balks, hardly thrilled by the prospect of actually having to walk to the mall. But Luz doesn’t mope for long. After all, her name -- pronounced "loose" -- means "light." Soon, this intelligent and spirited chica begins to understand that she must change with the times. As food prices rise, Luz decides to help create a more self-sustainable community by transforming a run-down city lot into a garden where she and her neighbors can grow their own fruits and vegetables. But when she solicits help from her friends -- boy-crazy Anika and computer-whiz Robby -- they think she’s a little loco. Luz pedals her idea on the street, but the community is equally dismissive. Can Luz pull off her plan and help change her world alone?

This graphic novel is a kid-friendly take on sustainable living in a fossil fuel-dependent world. Preteens will love the fearless, fiery and resourceful heroine and will find inspiration in her efforts to steer her society toward self-sustainable living. Hip and energetic illustrations bring Luz and her world to life in a jazzy, appealing fashion, and a bonus chapter teaches kids how to make garden compost.

Graphic designer and children’s illustrator Claudia Dávila was born in Chile and now makes her home in Toronto. She was formerly the art director of Chirp and Chickadee magazines.

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