A New York Times Editors' Choice
Earthgirl follows the eco-evolution of sixteen-year-old Sabine Solomon, who is thrown into the fray one afternoon when she's riding her bike downtown to join her friends, and an idling minivan driver carelessly tosses leftovers from McDonald's out the car window, blindsiding Sabine and leaving her covered in plum sauce.
When Sabine tosses the garbage back at the offensive driver, an altercation ensues that is captured on the videophones of her friends. In a technological blink, footage is posted on YouTube, and Sabine finds herself at the center of a heated eco-debate. A crusader is born.
Level 5.9, 8 Points
|Grouped Work ID||366e7219-c019-d4ff-05db-635fb2c26cc7|
|Grouping Author||cowan jennifer|
|Last Grouping Update||2017-12-19 00:12:43AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-10-19 00:22:09AM|
|available_at_school||West End Middle|
|detailed_location_school||West End Middle - Teen Fiction|
|display_description||Sabine Solomon undergoes a transformation when she joins the environmental movement and becomes involved with activist Vray Foret, but when his activities involve something that is potentially illegal, she begins to question her identity and values.|
|owning_location_school||West End Middle|
Coming of age -- Fiction
Green movement -- Fiction
|title_full||Earthgirl / Jennifer Cowan|
Coming of age