Media Meltdown: A Graphic Guide Adventure

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Orca Book Publishers, Oct 1, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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When Karl Reed, Owner of Oasis Developments, tries to force the sale of a local fruit farm -- through whatever means necessary -- Pema, Bounce and Jagroop decide to expose him through the media. Little do they realize that when it comes to the news and the advertisers who make it possible, the truth is not always part of the story and nothing can be taken at face value. While learning about media consolidation and the power of money over truth, Bounce, Pema and Jagroop decide to take on the developers and the media. Media Meltdown is another exciting graphic novel adventure from the winning team of Liam O'Donnell and Mike Deas.
 

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Bounce and Pema are taking one last bike ride through the woods before winter when the trail abruptly ends in a construction site: Oasis Developers is building yet another subdivision, and this new ... Read full review

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Liam O'Donnell was born in Northern Ireland and came to Canada when he was five years old. He studied media at Ryerson University and has worked on film sets in Canada, Ireland and the United Kingdom. He is the author of the popular Max Finder Mysteries. Liam now teaches elementary school in Toronto. Visit www.liamodonnell.com for more information.

Mike Deas is the illustrator of the bestselling Graphic Guide Adventure series. His love for illustative storytelling developed at an early age while growing up on Saltspring Island, British Columbia. Capilano College's Commercial Animation Program in Vancouver helped Mike fine-tune his drawing skills and imagination. Mike enjoys traveling, and he has worked in England and California as a concept artist, texture artist and art director in the video game industry. Mike and his wife, Nancy, live in sunny Victoria, British Columbia.

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