The Richest Kids in Town

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Pocket Books, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 114 pages
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Peter Dodge needs money so he can fly back home to visit his best friend. But how can the new kid in town earn big bucks? When Peter hooks up with Wishbone Wyoming, they come up with fantastic plans, like the Great Rubber Duck Race and Soul Soothers, a club for couch potatoes. What could possibly go wrong?

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User Review  - Kristine Pratt - Goodreads

Peter needs money - fast. He wants to earn enough to go visit the friend he moved away from. Oddly enough, the more he works at earning money, the less he wants to go. A fun story about friendship and getting the job done. Liked this one a lot! Read full review

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User Review  - Kevin - Goodreads

I absolutely loved this book. Read full review


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About the author (1997)

PEG KEHRET's popular novels for young people are regularly nominated for state awards. She has received the Young Hoosier Award, the Golden Sower Award, the Iowa Children's Choice Award, the Celebrate Literacy Award, the Sequoyah Award, the Land of Enchantment Award, the Maud Hart Lovelace Award, and the Pacific Northwest Young Reader's Choice Award. She lives with her husband, Carl, and their animal friends in Washington State, where she is a volunteer at the Humane Society and SPCA. Her two grown children and four grandchildren live in Washington, too.

Peg's Minstrel titles include Nightmare Mountain: Sisters, Long Ago; Cages; Terror at the Zoo; Horror at the Haunted House; and the "Frightmares" series.

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