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Lunch Money (2 vol.)

by Andrew Clements
Twelve-year-old Greg is surprised to find himself teaming up with his lifelong rival, Maura, to create comic books to sell at school. 207 pages, Ages 8-12

Item Number: 1256
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $19.00
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5Lunch Money is a cleverly written children's book. The main character, Greg, is an intrinsically motivated young man who is out for the all-mighty dollar. As a small child, Greg is in awe of money. His life-long goal is be "super rich." After spearheading several profitable businesses, Greg finds a moneymaking venture that he loves---making and selling comic books. However, Greg must tackle a few problems along the way. His biggest problem...a long-standing rivalry with a girl! This book is a great chapter book for young readers. The chapters are short, so the reading is not intimidating. As a teacher, I found a treasure trove of possible enrichment lessons in Lunch Money. Clements' book addresses real-world math skills, work ethic, motivation, proactive problem solving, and making and maintaining friendships. Lunch Money even delves into the precious awkwardness of boy-girl relationships in elementary school. I enjoyed this book tremendously and will certainly share it with my young readers.
2011-08-14

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