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☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ P.O.W.ER By Lisa A. Kramer ✩ – Education-reference.co POWERWhat would happen if women and girls joined their uniue abilities together to change the world? In a world where access to the written word is reserved to men Andra BetScrivener has been able to POWERWhat would happen if women and girls joined their uniue abilities together to change the world? In a world where access to the written word is reserved to men Andra BetScrivener has been able to read and write ever since she was a little girl without anyone teaching her She must keep her abilities a secret in the country of New North or she could lose her hands her eyes or her life In fact the only paths offered to her–and all young women–are to either marry or enter the government run Women’s Training Program where she’ll be taught “feminine” arts like drawing paintin.

G and homemakingOn her seventeenth birthday Andra discovers that her abilities extend beyond reading She can write events to life As she begins to explore her new ability she must take care not to jeopardize her father’s job as head scrivener at the Ministry Despite her efforts to keep her powers hidden she comes to the attention of both the government and a rebel group who each desire to use Andra for their own goals At the same time she begins to meet other gifted women who have never dared use their uniue powers With the help of her friends Brian and Lauren—who has the ability t.

p.o.w.er epub P.O.W.ER PDF/EPUBG and homemakingOn her seventeenth birthday Andra discovers that her abilities extend beyond reading She can write events to life As she begins to explore her new ability she must take care not to jeopardize her father’s job as head scrivener at the Ministry Despite her efforts to keep her powers hidden she comes to the attention of both the government and a rebel group who each desire to use Andra for their own goals At the same time she begins to meet other gifted women who have never dared use their uniue powers With the help of her friends Brian and Lauren—who has the ability t.

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PDF Lisa A. Kramer ☆ ☆ P.O.W.ER ePUB ê Lisa A Kramer is a lover of words stories and the power of all the arts to strengthen communities and bring understanding In addition to writing she is a theatre director and educator and a life long learner She holds degrees from Smith College and MFA in directing from the University of Hawai'i Manoa and a PhD in Theatre for Arizona State University She is the co founder of heArtful

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  1. J. Schlenker J. Schlenker says:

    PDF Lisa A. Kramer ☆ ☆ P.O.W.ER ePUB ê p.o.w.er epub, P.O.W.ER PDF/EPUBLisa A Kramer's PO W ER speaks volumes to young women and hopefully old women like myself We all have superpowers we let get rusty The main superpower is words What I got as the main mess


  2. Rebecca Haidet Rebecca Haidet says:

    PDF Lisa A. Kramer ☆ ☆ P.O.W.ER ePUB ê p.o.w.er epub, P.O.W.ER PDF/EPUBI received this book though a Goodreads Contest CONTAINS SPOILERSIf I didn't have to start classes I would have finished this book right after I received it As soon as I started this book I knew it was going to be a good one This is something this generation of women need to read We might not have some of the powers listed in the book but each of us have the power to change something if we all work together This author brought Andra to life right in front of me I related to her without writing or reading I would be lost too I loved how Lisa Kramer brought her story to life and the way it took off There were some twists I wasn't expecting in there as well I ba


  3. Cameron Garriepy Cameron Garriepy says:

    PDF Lisa A. Kramer ☆ ☆ P.O.W.ER ePUB ê p.o.w.er epub, P.O.W.ER PDF/EPUBWelcome to New North a near future splinter nation of a once great democracy A walled off totalitarian patriarchal theocracy in which centralized wealth rigid social castes legislated segregation and discrimination and technological reversion leave women powerless denied the written word kept as chattel by men fathers husbands or the stateWe meet Andra BetScrivener on her seventeenth birthday a day on which she is welcomed to womanhood by the Ministry reminded that she must choose within the year an appropriate marriage or entrance to a Women's Training Program in which she will be taught to be a proper subservient female so that her weak inferior feminine brain can be put to use for the greater good servitude or forced marriage Andra like her late moth


  4. Helena Hann-Basquiat Helena Hann-Basquiat says:

    PDF Lisa A. Kramer ☆ ☆ P.O.W.ER ePUB ê p.o.w.er epub, P.O.W.ER PDF/EPUBI really loved this book It's everything many modern dystopian novels try to be but end up falling short of because they get distracted by trying to pander to audiences who demand that there be a love triangle a vampire a werewolf and a bland teenager Instead we have a powerful brave protagonist in Andra BetScrivener a truly inspiring heroine who absolutely DOES NOT BEND in her conviction even when the reader might have cut her some slack Imagine the sense of power you would feel if you suddenly discovered that your own writing could alter reali


  5. brickhousechick brickhousechick says:

    PDF Lisa A. Kramer ☆ ☆ P.O.W.ER ePUB ê p.o.w.er epub, P.O.W.ER PDF/EPUBLisa Kramer’s POWER is a uniue and imaginative story of a country where women are not allowed to express their individuality intelligence or power at the hands of the men who govern Threatened by suspicions that women are gifted with intelligence and special powers they forbid all women access to the written word and control their every move Kramer takes us on a suspenseful and believable journey as Andra the main character risks her life as well as the life of her loved ones in order to organize and mobilize a movement that will free all womenI could relate to the different characters and their roles in working hard to create change I also appreciated the fact that


  6. Kristie Schmidt Kristie Schmidt says:

    PDF Lisa A. Kramer ☆ ☆ P.O.W.ER ePUB ê p.o.w.er epub, P.O.W.ER PDF/EPUBLIsa Kramer's POW ER is a welcome addition to the YA dystopia family Featuring a smart linguistically talented f


  7. Arlene Mullen Arlene Mullen says:

    PDF Lisa A. Kramer ☆ ☆ P.O.W.ER ePUB ê p.o.w.er epub, P.O.W.ER PDF/EPUBAndra turns 17 and it basically means her life is over She has to either marry by 18 or join the woman's schoolIn the new north woman are not allowed to read or do anything except car for their man Andra though has a special talent What she writes cones true Brian tries to keep her safe but when the secret comes out everyone wants herI loved andra She has such fire and passion She has this amazing gift and is still so real I loved Andra’s dad love for her He wants to keep her safe but let her liveThe whole time reading this book I felt so many different things I felt anger and sadness and love I think every book should


  8. Laurence King Laurence King says:

    PDF Lisa A. Kramer ☆ ☆ P.O.W.ER ePUB ê p.o.w.er epub, P.O.W.ER PDF/EPUBA captivating read and beautifully written debut POWER is about women embracing their own power and confronting a government determined to keep them oppressed and under the control of men It’s about human connections and what happens when those are severed A genre bender the book celebrates friendship loyalty and women and men working together to achieve their dreams and make the world a better place A highly enjoyable story that lingered with me long past the last page


  9. Sarahksnoopy Sarahksnoopy says:

    PDF Lisa A. Kramer ☆ ☆ P.O.W.ER ePUB ê p.o.w.er epub, P.O.W.ER PDF/EPUBIt was amazing It had so many details that I could picture every single thing Also I actually can see this as a movie in the future I hope other tweenteens will read this Yes


  10. Anna Nesbitt Anna Nesbitt says:

    PDF Lisa A. Kramer ☆ ☆ P.O.W.ER ePUB ê p.o.w.er epub, P.O.W.ER PDF/EPUBI wish I had been able to read this engaging adventurous story as a young person trying pretending? to be an adult I can remember many times when I needed to hear that being different being a wordworm like Andra BetScrivener can be a source of strength and power I appreciated how this novel celebrates girls and women with all their differences oddities and uniue remarkable strengths The writing is at times warm at times playful and precise to create characters that rise off the page like the smell of warm cinnamon scones While a few ignorant and fearful men are the ones held responsible for the oppression of gifted women in Kramer's dystopian New North I appreciated how the girls and women learn to trust and cooperate with the men in their lives to affect change; this is not a man bash but rather a story of hope and poss


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