Monday, September 11, 2006

Lunch Money

Lunch Money
Andrew Clements

Mark Twain Award Nominee 2007/08

Greg loves money. Every chance he can get, he is saving it up. When he looks into his lunch room, all he sees is tons and tons of quarters. He starts to make comics, but when one day, he has a rival company, things start to get out of hand...

Lunch Money was a great book in many ways. It showed how enemies became friends and buisness partners. There was great determination and persistance. The ending was great.

If you wanted to make money, how would you do it?

Would you sell things at school?

Would you save your money or spend your money?

Please give me your comments and answers to this post.

5 comments:

samantha said...

This book was very funny. I enjoyed reading it. I would recommend it to a lower age reading group. It is not for older kids. I thought the boy was brave when he stood up to the bully.

junior said...

i would go work with my dad to get money and save up

Galen said...

Now that I have read the about the book I want to read it.

Corey said...

Junior, I don't know if you could go to work with your dad (depending on what he does) but saving your money is a great idea. You can eventually spend it on something big.

Anonymous said...

i bought a laptop because i did janitor work at my dad's office (at 13 years old) =)
i haven't read the book yet but i've read some of the auther's other books and i'm sure its great