Monday, March 22, 2010

Robert's Book Pick of the Week: "Lunch Money" by Andrew Clements

Do you like to read a witty book with humor and basaise..a book that has great writing and well-developed characters? Perhaps written by a great author like Andrew Clements? If that is what you are looking for, then "Lunch Money" is the book for you! The moment I saw it in the stores, I knew that this was a good book. It had a plot summary that grabbed me; and when a plot grabs me, there is only one thing that I can do: Buy it!

"Lunch Money" is the story of a talented young sixth-grader by the name Greg Kenton. A born business man, Greg has always been able to come up with profitable ideas to make money. Becoming a family bank at that, Greg has come up with his hottest idea yet: Chucky Comic Co. Greg came up with the billiant idea to sell his own comics at school for 25 cents each. Trouble arises when long time business rival and competitor, the equally talented Mara Shaw, starts selling comics of her own. But the two must soon get over their long-time competition to become partners in business when the school tries to ban the selling of their comic books. It is showdown time between Chunky Comics Co. v.s. the School District - a battle of the minds!

"Lunch Money" is an exciting book that can be read by everyone: from business men and business women, to comic book lovers to kids just wanting to sit down and read a good book!

book rating from scale 0-100: Robert Steven Mack: 100/100

Copyright 2010 by Robert Steven Mack

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