Lunch Money, a novel by Andrew...
Lunch Money, a novel by Andrew Clements (2005), is a realistic story about an ordinary child making extraordinary achievements. The story illustrates how a hardworking boy can have as much effect on the world as any adult—even when adults try to stand in his way.
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|Dimensions (cm) :||19.5(H) x 13.0(W) x 1.7(D) x 0.2kg|
|Author :||Andrew Clement|
|Publisher :||Simon & Schuster|
LUNCH MONEY is a character-driven middle grade novel that centers on two richly drawn characters. From the first page the reader gets a sense of Greg Kenton's entire motivation in life: money. He is driven to earn it, save it, and spend it. His nemesis, Maura Shaw, also has a head for business and has been competing with Greg since they were toddlers.
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