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Young People for the Leader (COURI VINE book 1)

4.89  ·  Rating details ·  9 ratings  ·  4 reviews
It's the year 2345 in a city on the far side of the moon and 11-year-old Couri Vine longs to be one of the popular kids, despite her embarrassing life support helmet. But when she turns in her homework Couri gets more attention than she bargained for.

Follow her journey as Couri Vine unlocks the mysteries of a forgotten planet, Earth.

Young People for the
Paperback, 28 pages
Published 2015 by Moon City Media

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Russell Taylor
May 10, 2017 rated it really liked it
This is a fine introductory outing for Couri, combining tropes of children’s literature with good old-fashioned pulpy sci-fi. An outsider ripped from her everyday school & community life by revelations about her family and her world that she alone can resolve, Couri follows in the footsteps of Monica Huges’ Olwen in Keeper of the Isis Light with many of the lunar trappings of Paula Danziger’s This Place Has no Atmosphere. Lovise’s character designs are distinct and her linework approachable with ...more
David Gallaher
Mar 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Leah Lovise and Vanessa Shealy have created something truly wonderful with Couri Vine. Labelled as a freak because of her unusual lung condition, life on the moon is no picnic for Couri. Rather than embracing her disability, she lets it inhibit her. The story by Shealy and Lovise is truly touching and speaks to me about being who we truly are. I strongly recommend this first volume.

Kerry Tate
Mar 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Cute. I picked up a copy on Comixology during their BOGO sale. This feels more like a young readers book than a middle grade book, but I’ll see if I can get it for my library
Lizzy Tsan
Mar 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This was an incredibly fun book. Perfect for my niece. I got a copy at STAPLE over the Summer.
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