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Prince Rupert Library J 339.47 Muld (Text) 33294001967892 Juvenile Non-Fiction Volume hold Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781459809666
  • Physical Description: 48 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 25 cm
    regular print
  • Publisher: [Victoria, British Columbia] : Orca Book Publishers, 2016.

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General Note: CatMonthString:october.16
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Shopping? How embarrassing! -- Pack it or toss it? -- Money in our pockets -- Work? Nah... -- Share...or else! -- Please, please, please shop -- Crash! -- A mall in the living room -- Funny money -- We demand a big supply! -- Paying for what?! -- Money talks -- More or less -- Where to put it all? -- Paying the price -- A new kind of rich -- Everyone's share -- Borrowing a bit -- Super sweat! -- Free the children -- To the rescue! -- From books to blenders -- I'll trade ya! -- The moneyless man -- The share scare -- Freecycling! Wheeee! -- Growin' in my neighborhood -- Which book are you? -- Time in the bank -- Hidden riches -- Pass it on.
Summary, etc.: This book explores how growing a cabbage can fight poverty, how a few dollars can help ten families start their own businesses, and how running errands for a neighbor can help you learn to become a bike mechanic. It asks the question "What if you could meet all your consumer needs while, at the same time, get to know your neighbors and protect the environment?
Subject: Curriculum Lab.
Consumption (Economics) -- Environmental aspects -- Juvenile literature
Consumption (Economics) -- Social aspects -- Juvenile literature
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