Siblings Evan (10) and Jessie (8) have always been close. But after squabbles and misunderstandings intensify, they end up in an all-out war! Whoever can sell the most lemonade by the end of summer gets to keep the loser’s lemonade earnings as well. Evan is great with people, and uses this to help him earn more money. Jessie is great with numbers and business, and she uses this to help her earn more money.
What I Liked
- The characters are really well developed. Each had specific strengths and weaknesses, and they complimented each other really well. I enjoyed reading from their different views.
- This book does a great job of introducing mathematical and business concepts, in ways I haven’t seen before. It includes basic math, like “how much do I have to sell to make $100?”, and well as more complex math like calculating profit for sale. They also introduce marketing, franchising, sales permits and more. It was awesome.
- This was just a overall great book. I picked it up to help fulfill my 100 books for 2017, but I’m really glad I did! I can’t wait to read more of Jessie and Evan in the next book.
What I Didn’t Like
- The only reasons this book didn’t get five stars was because it didn’t have a “wow” factor. But overall, a great book!
This book is great for those in elementary school who want to learn a little more about business.
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