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Pretty Penny Comes Up Short by Devon Kinch
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Pretty Penny Comes Up Short

by Devon Kinch

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I didn't care for the story, but this is an early reader and my kid was really attracted to the pictures of this book, which looked fun. So, he was quite motivated to finish the whole story, even though it's a rather long read for his age (4). In that sense, this early reader is quite successful, although it's probably aimed at 6-7 year olds. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0375869786, Paperback)

When Pretty Penny learns that Doodle's Animal Farm is in need of donations, she knows it's up to her and pet pig, Iggy, to save the day! The pair quickly brainstorm a fundraiser—running their very own movie theater. Everyone works hard to ensure the event's success, but at the end of the day, the money raised sure looks tempting to Iggy! Will he find the strength of character to share the proceeds with the animals in need? Or will he have to learn the hard way that dishonesty comes with a high price tag? This charming beginning reader about financial and social responsibility brings the successful Pretty Penny franchise to a whole new group of readers—those ready to read on their own.

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Penny and her friends set up a drive-in movie theater to raise funds to buy feed for Doodle's Animal Farm, but Iggy the pig decides that some of the profits should be for him.

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