The Kids (part 1)

The Kids (part 1)

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  • The Kids
  • Page 1
  • The two older boys in the barn have refused to tend to the cows, boss.
  • I will go to the shed myself.
  • Page 2 
  • Get back to work, Erica and Andy!
  • we can do the work ourselves!
  • BY: Landon York
  • Page 3 
  • The farm is yours, you better start producing more meat. 
  • The town of Hopeville, Indiana, was located 100 miles from the city of Indianapolis. This city was run by adults and relied on the production of meat from the cattle.  All of the adults were getting ready for the senior inspection which would determine the supply ration for the next year. This inspection also decided who would run the farm going further. 
  • Page 4 
  • We have to lead these kids Erica.
  • The town's workforce consisted of only kids. The adults who ran the town abused and tormented the kids. The children also hated the adults and especially the Boss, Mr. Weston.  The oldest children, Andy and Erica, were tired of the rule of the adults. They decide to convince the others that it was time for a change.
  • Page 5 
  • who put you in charge?
  • does everyone understand!
  • The children of the town have been planning a presentation for months to convince the seniors, who run the senior inspection, to expel the adults and give the farm to them.
  • In the new town of children Under the children's rule, there were three types of people. There were the standouts, the free thinkers, and the shadows.  The standouts were well educated and controlled the town. While the freethinkers didn't care what happened in society and would speak their mind freely. Lastly, the showdown followed all of the orders of the standout of the town. 
  • The two standouts Erica and Andy managed the new town and created new ground rules. There were only three rules that consisted of no marriage like adults, no alcohol like adults and now talking about adults. The kids also agreed to meet every Monday morning at the entrance to the farm for a meeting. At this meeting, the two standouts talked about the productivity of the farm.
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