Lunch Money

Lunch Money

Book - 2005
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Twelve-year-old Greg, who has always been good at moneymaking projects, is surprised to find himself teaming up with his lifelong rival, Maura, to create a series of comic books to sell at school.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, c2005.
ISBN: 9780689866838
0689866836
Branch Call Number: CLEME
Characteristics: 222 p. : ill.
Additional Contributors: Selznick, Brian

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pink_dog_7286
Sep 11, 2020

Overall, it's an amazing book. Lunch money was one of my favorite books as a child. Andrew Clements really is an amazing author. Highly recommend!

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Anika_Singh
Jul 24, 2020

Greg Kenton has always been a businessman. His siblings would pay him to do their chores and he always managed to earn money from one way or another. When Greg starts a business in his middle school by selling comic books, he realizes some crucial things about teamwork, friendship, morality, and accomplishment.

Yet another wonderfully written Andrew Clements book that will make your day. This beautiful story is authentic and natural.

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indigo_cheetah_423
Mar 16, 2020

I thought the idea of a boy making comics and selling them at school to give money to said school was fun. if that was a thing in real life, that would be awesome.

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navy_bat_72
Oct 07, 2018

This is good but is about a greedy money-lover and a copycat who fight so actually... not so good. It is wrote well though.

Greg Kenton has decided to start selling miniature comic books for 25 cent at lunch, but he has same competition. Others start to publish and sell their own comic books. Will he find a way to outsell his competition, or is their another way to make a fortune. When I first read this book, I wanted to try to create my own startup at school. It gave me, and whoever reads it, a little hope in their entrepreneur dream.

- Maia, 15

Worthington1 Aug 02, 2013

It was cool

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tentenli
Jul 22, 2011

This is a good book!! I learned how to be thrifty.

CuteAngel123 Jun 18, 2011

This book is really good! It made me wanna make a mini comic book. I recommend this book for ages 8-11 maybe? It's really good.

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books4ev
Jul 12, 2010

Cool... inspired me to make a small comic book... :)

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Winter_Romance
Jan 04, 2010

Very interesting.

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Worthington1 Aug 02, 2013

Worthington1 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 12

black_dog_48481 Aug 24, 2012

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yellow_badger_36
Jun 04, 2012

yellow_badger_36 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 14

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tentenli
Jul 22, 2011

tentenli thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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navy_bat_72
Oct 07, 2018

"Sorry about the jokes but I'm just glad it wasn't serious" (Chuckle)

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