Wild Ride A Graphic Guide Adventure Devin Nadia and Marcus are on their way to visit their environmentalist parents who are working to stop a logging company from clear cutting a remote valley When their plane crashes and the pilot is

  • Title: Wild Ride: A Graphic Guide Adventure
  • Author: Liam O'Donnell
  • ISBN: 9781551437569
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Paperback
  • Devin, Nadia and Marcus are on their way to visit their environmentalist parents who are working to stop a logging company from clear cutting a remote valley When their plane crashes and the pilot is killed, the kids are left to survive in the wild with Wiley, a government bureaucrat, who is the only other passenger on the plane Learning to build a shelter and make a firDevin, Nadia and Marcus are on their way to visit their environmentalist parents who are working to stop a logging company from clear cutting a remote valley When their plane crashes and the pilot is killed, the kids are left to survive in the wild with Wiley, a government bureaucrat, who is the only other passenger on the plane Learning to build a shelter and make a fire in the woods, they discover that Wiley is working with the logging company and will do anything to stop the secret getting out On the run and in mortal danger, the three must outrun Wiley, escape a raging forest fire and outwit a hungry grizzly bear to make it to safety.

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    1. Graphic novels can be a fun way to read a story, and are a great way to encourage a child to read. When they come packed with useful and interesting tidbits of information, such as survival skills, they may be even more appealing to some readers. Wild Ride is a graphic novel for middle-grade readers with tons of survival information and a storyline that will have readers turning the pages.My rating: 4 out of 5 starsIn Wild Ride one kid and two teens–Devin, Nadia, and Marcus–get on a small pl [...]

    2. Wild Ride is another great example of the possibilities the graphic novel format has to offer! It is one part wilderness adventure story and another part instructional survival guide. Readers aged 8 to 12 will find the character dynamics both enjoyable and accessible; and educators will find curriculum bridges to the survival unit. Set in “the butt end of British Columbia,” city kids Devin, Nadia and Marcus find themselves stranded in the wilderness after their plane crashes enroute to meeti [...]

    3. i loved this book! i grabbed it spontaneously at the library while making a sweep through the kids' graphic novels (which i do periodically) because i liked the look of the art on the cover. only later did i realize that it was published by orca, and was thus canadian, and again so much the better for it!a fun, short and totally believable wilderness adventure starring a trio of unlikely heroes. scattered throughout the book were passages that could have been straight out of any scout's handbook [...]

    4. A nice quick read for the Hatchet fans. Three kids/teens are in a plane that crashes into the BC wilderness. The pilot dies, leaving them alone with a bureaucrat who may not have their best interests at heart. It's really sort of a survivalist instruction guide (what to pack in an emergency kit, how to use a signal mirror, what to do when the inevitable bear shows up), but the information is interesting and woven into the story reasonably well.

    5. This is a title published by Orca Books and I wanted to include it in my presentation for the RI Educational Media Association later this month. It's a simple survival story but I like that it's interspersed with facts and the artwork is decent. I think kids will grab it and it's appropriate for school libraries.

    6. I'm now prepared to get stranded in the deep woods after a plane crash--and the preparation came from a comic book!I love this series a lot. This may be the only thing from Orca I've ever had high praise for, but I think this series is really strong.

    7. It is a fun graphic novel about three kids and their portly lawyer guardian who find themselves plain wrecked in Alaska. Helpful survival skills are taught throughout the story. Good for 7th grade or younger, outdoorsy, boy scout types.

    8. My daughter really liked it because she likes adventures. It was really fun. It gives you a lot of information about camping (how to make a fire, how to make a carrying pack). It was a great book.

    9. This was surprisingly good for a short book. I was hoping they would continue this storyline in a series, but I think it's a stand-alone book. There are a lot of useful survival tips in the book, as well, that I really liked. I don't go in the woods, but if I end up stuck there, these things are good to know.

    10. I had just finished reading the book Wild Ride by: Liam O'Donnell. It was a great book about a boy named Devin his sister Nadia and his friend Marcus. They went camping with some man from an Industry K&N.What happened in this story was Devin, Nadia, and Marcus were going to there mother but their plane crashed the pilot died and they were left with their mothers friend that worked at K&N Industries and he helped them to survive. But then Devin found his briefcase and read what it said th [...]

    11. Having only read one book in the series already, I enjoy and appreciate its approach, illustrations, and story. In this book, a group of teens are embarking into the woods on a small plane to reunite with family but when the plane goes down and the pilot is killed, they must survive. What the graphic adventure does is interweaves the story of the characters (and a sinister plot by an executive to take over a piece of the land) with real-applications for survival including how to cross a river (a [...]

    12. Wild Ride is a comic book centered around the wilderness and it would be a great book for about a fifth grade level give or take. This comic book is about a brother and sister who are supposed to meet up with their mother in a forrest to go on a bug hunting excavation and after the plane picks them up a storm hits and they crash into a lake. They have to survive in the wilderness by themselves with a sketchy government worker and a teenage boy who knows nothing about camping or survival instinct [...]

    13. While I like the concept and thought the How-To aspect was integrated well the cookie cutter story of the big evil logging company is totally uninspired, predictable, and unoriginal. For a few panels in which the pilot states the case for logging (we all use products made from the raw materials provided by logging, it provides jobs, etc.) I thought it might be a little more even-handed but those hopes were quickly dashed and the plot fell into the predictable green/good business/bad propaganda m [...]

    14. The art was well done, but the plot seemed to be little more than a way to present various survival skills. If I wanted to learn how to build a lean to I would've gone to scouts when I was young. (Or at least paid attention when I did go.) And the criminal logging company willing to go to any lengths to chop down a few trees was WAY overdone. Don't read this book unless you're in love with trees and have no idea how to build a campfire.

    15. 3 1/2 stars, probably. This one was a lot of fun and for some reason the instruction bits seemed even less intrusive than in the skateboarding one. Maybe because I'm getting used to the style. Nevertheless, I've ordered both (plus the upcoming one, Soccer Sabotage) for our comics collection.

    16. Good story. I didn't like, though, how they were supposed to be city kids, but then all spouted random survival facts that sounded like something they wouldn't know.

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