Item description for Battle For Control (Kidsboro V1) (AIO) by Marshal Younger...
Overview Ryan Cummings, the mayor of Kidsboro, is losing control of his town, but when a new mayor takes over and things begin to get out of hand, it is Ryan the citizens depend on to make things right again.
Publishers Description Kidsboro is a small town in the woods behind Whit's End in Odyssey. It has a church, a store, a police station, a bakery, a newspaper, and a total of zero citizens over the age of 14. It's a town run by kids. Ryan, the mayor, helps enforce the laws, create new jobs, and keep the peace in a town where he seems to have lots of friends (and a few enemies). In book #1, an election for Kidsboro mayor sets off a "Battle for Control." After Ryan's vote leads to a rebel getting booted from Kidsboro, the most popular (and pretty) girl at Odyssey Middle School won't be stopped in her campaign against him.
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Studio: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.01" Width: 5.38" Height: 0.35" Weight: 0.21 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2008
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
Grade Level Middle School
Series Adventures In Odyssey Kidsboro
Series Number 1
ISBN 1589974093 ISBN13 9781589974098
Availability 0 units.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Battle For Control (Kidsboro V1) (AIO)?
My 9-year old son says 4 1/2 stars ... Jun 15, 2008
... and here were his thoughts: "It was a cool book. The challenges the kids ran into trying to create their own town were really interesting. It was fun to try and figure out the mysteries in it, and how the story would turn out."
As his Dad, I enjoyed reading this book together as well. It lays out real-world consequences of the choices we make in a way that tweens can understand and appreciate. We're looking forward to reading the second, thrid and fourth ones in the series.