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Lf lobbies protests writes letters and never gives up Based on real events this is an inspiring heartfelt story of one woman's struggle to take a stand against injustice and indifferenceAward winning authorillustrator Molly Bang has created a compelling narrative told inventively through a series of black and white graphic panels set against a richly colored gouache backgroun A very important inspiring story But the format with the large color borders with small black and white strips was strange Sometimes the lettering was almost too smallunnoticeable I wish the actual comic had all been colored and that the illustrator did away with the giant borders

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Nobody Particular: One Woman's Fight to Save the Bays

Rticular One Woman's Fight to PDF or she ekes out a living in the same waters that her family has worked hard in for generations When Diane learns that the chemical plants in Texas Particular One Woman's Fight to PDF or give out pollution than in any other state she decides to stop them One woman against a powerful industry is not much of a fair fight but Diane educates herse The true story of a woman who saw the effects of the factories on the shrimp she was fishing She decided to fight it She goes on a hunger strike writes letters and leads rallies all to let people know what is happening In the end the companies and government begin to listen

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From One Woman's Fight to PDF or a renowned One Woman's PDF #8608 authorillustrator a bold daring non fiction picture book that tells the Nobody Particular PDFEPUBtrue story of one woman's fight to protect her environmentSometimes we have to take a Particular One Woman's PDFEPUB #229 stand and do what's right That's what Diane Wilson thinks An independent shrimper in Texas Pa Molly Bang uses a uniue graphic novel and collage style to tell the story of Diane Wilson s fight in the Gulf of Texas as they fight corporate polluter s such as Alcoa and Formasa The story is affecting and important but in the post script it appears that despite all the court cases and other agreement s struck corporate pollution continues unabated


9 thoughts on “Nobody Particular: One Woman's Fight to Save the Bays

  1. says:

    This is a particularly good title for women's history month Diane Wilson is a tough lady who put everything she had including her life via hunger strike on the line to ensure that plastics plants on her local Texas bay committed to zero pollution discharge from their plants It's not a total victory story and the frustrations that

  2. says:

    Molly Bang uses a uniue graphic novel and collage style to tell the story of Diane Wilson's fight in the Gulf of Texas as they fight corporate polluter's such as Alcoa and Formasa The story is affecting and important but in the post script it appears that despite all the court cases and other agreement's struck corporate pollution continues unabated

  3. says:

    A true story about one woman's fight to stop big chemical companies from poluting her Texas county and the bay from which generations of her family have worked as shrimpersThe book also includes thoughtful information and u

  4. says:

    The true story of a woman who saw the effects of the factories on the shrimp she was fishing She decided to fight it She goes on a hunger strike writes letters and leads rallies all to let people know what is hap

  5. says:

    Learn about Diane Wilson whose grandfather and father were Gulf Coast shrimpers like herself How one person responds to trouble in their backyard Molly Bang is one of the best science writers around Fortunately she is willing to write for chi

  6. says:

    Great story but I found the text hard to read

  7. says:

    Unbelievable true story in children's graphic novel format about pollution from the plastics industry

  8. says:

    A very important inspiring story But the format with the large color borders with small black and white strips was strange Sometimes the lettering was almost too smallunnoticeable I wish the actual comic had all been colored and that the illustrator did away with the giant borders

  9. says:

    An important book and good to revisit now as people are taking another look at their use of plastics

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