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Miss Impossible —Cala, Caroline, author.

Malia, Dot, and Bree get a much older-- and scarier-- client than they expected, but looks can be deceiving.

Elvis, me, and the lemonade stand summer —Gentile, Leslie, 1959- author.

"It's the summer of 1978 and most people think Elvis Presley has been dead for a year. But not eleven-year-old Truly Bateman - because she knows Elvis is alive and well and living in the Eagle Shores Trailer Park. Maybe ...

The gremlin's shoes —Potter, Ellen, 1963- author.

Determined to buy a Marvelous Monster Magnet, Hugo and Boone set out to earn the money on an adventure through the woods, where they meet some interesting new friends.

Ivy + Bean no news is good news —Barrows, Annie.

Ivy and Bean try to make money by writing a newspaper about Pancake Court but the neighbors are not pleased to read about themselves.

The Wildwood Bakery —Elliott, Rebecca, author.

Macy's little sister has wings that are too small, so Eva's class decides to raise money to buy her a flying chair, and half the class opens a bakery, and the other half opens a candy store--but soon competition between ...

Amelia Bedelia wraps it up —Parish, Herman, author.

It's the holiday season, and Amelia Bedelia doesn't have enough money to buy presents for anyone. But that won't stop Amelia Bedelia! Along with her friends, she decides to launch a gift-wrapping business in order to mak...

It began with lemonade —Sterer, Gideon, author.

"A spunky young girl decides to sell lemonade on a hot summer day, venturing out all the way to the river's end where she finds some unexpected and fantastical clientele"-- Provided by publisher.

Arthur's TV trouble —Brown, Marc Tolon.

When Arthur sees advertisements for the amazing doggy Treat Timer, he decides to earn enough money to buy it for his dog Pal.

Wish on all the stars —Schroeder, Lisa, author.

Mission Beach is starting to feel more like home to Juliet, especially now that she is an official member of the Starry Beach Club (dedicated to making wishes come true), together with her new friends, Emma and Carmen; t...

In the doghouse —Banim, Lisa, 1960-

Lizzie starts her own dog-walking and dog-sitting business to raise money for an animal shelter.

Max the magnificent —Wiebe, Trina, 1970-

More than anything in the world Max wants to be a millionaire, but so far all his get-rich-quick schemes have been spectacular failures.

Isaiah Dunn is my hero —Baptist, Kelly J., author.

"Isaiah is now the big man of the house. But it's a lot harder than his dad made it look. His little sister, Charlie, asks too many questions, and Mama's gone totally silent. Good thing Isaiah can count on his best frien...

Kaitlyn and the competition —Green, D. L. (Debra L.), author.

Thirteen-year-old Kaitlyn Perez is a very professional and well organized babysitter, but suddenly she finds herself in competition with a boy and the only thing she knows about him is that his nickname is Doc, he lets t...

Dog sled star —Kim, Carol, author.

"Shawn and Kat Choi need to find a way to channel a playful Siberian husky's energy before the dog is banned from the park forever"-- Provided by publisher.

A dollar for Penny —Glass, Julie.

Penny sets up a lemonade stand to earn money for her mother's birthday card and learns about currency.

Sally Jean, the bicycle queen —Best, Cari.

When Sally Jean outgrows her beloved bicycle, Flash, she experiments with various ideas for acquiring a new, bigger one.

Cleo Edison Oliver, playground millionaire —Frazier, Sundee Tucker, 1968-

Fifth-grader Cleo Edison Oliver is full of money-making ideas, and her fifth-grade Passion Project is no different--but things get more complicated when she has to keep her business running, be a good listener when her b...

Death by toilet paper —Gephart, Donna.

Contest-crazed twelve-year-old Ben uses his wits and way with words in hopes of winning a prize that will keep his family from being evicted until his mother can pass her final CPA examination.

Sluggers' car wash —Murphy, Stuart J., 1942-

When the 21st Street Sluggers, a baseball team, have a car wash to raise money, they learn to keep careful track of their dollars and cents.

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