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The Girl Who Owned a City Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part One: Chapter 3 Summary

O.T. Nelson
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Part One: Chapter 3 Summary

In the morning, Lisa puts on her Girl Scout uniform, another part of her lost past, and rushes through her chores. Lisa suggests that Todd try fishing, and once he's gone, she prepares to bike to the farms. Todd returns empty handed, and Lisa reassures him. Though he protests, she leaves him at home for safety as she heads on her journey. The bike ride is arduous, but Lisa is distracted by her thoughts. She stops at an empty gas station, and a few minutes later, she comes to a farm.

The crops are gone, and the cows are dead. Still, she finds a note on the kitchen table asking whoever finds the farm to come live there. Lisa is moved by the note but has no time to waste. She gathers supplies and even finds a chicken. She promises herself that she...

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