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    canahapiwaga's book review was featured in Millionaires for the Month.
    “Millionaires For the Month” by Stacey McAnulty is about two boys, their names are Felix and Benji, Felix is a rule follower and Benji is a rule bender. They both knew each other existed but never bothered to say hi until… They find a wallet that belongs to a millionaire Laura Friendly They were going to return the wallet but not before they borrow twenty dollars to buy lunch because twenty dollars is like a penny. But when they return the wallet she finds out that her twenty-dollar bill is gone because she always carries one around. And then Felix and Banji say that twenty dollars are nothing to you so she gives them the challenge to spend a penny doubled every day. Which adds up to be $5,368,709.12 in thirty days. But there are a lot of rules like… No Buying houses or other investments. No buying gifts for people. No telling ANYONE about the challenge. But if you can follow all of these rules and spend all of that money in thirty days. Then Felix and Benji get a prize of 10 million dollars to spend however they want. I would recommend this book because its a little bit more on the funnier side but, it is a little bit of a bigger book so I would recommend the age group 4th -6th grade the one thing I did not really like is that it is kind of the same thing once you get to the middle of the book like there always just buying things and more and more things and it gets kind of boring. I also did not get that feeling that I didn’t want to stop.
    About 2 years ago
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    canahapiwaga added a book review.
    “Millionaires For the Month” by Stacey McAnulty is about two boys, their names are Felix and Benji, Felix is a rule follower and Benji is a rule bender. They both knew each other existed but never bothered to say hi until… They find a wallet that belongs to a millionaire Laura Friendly They were going to return the wallet but not before they borrow twenty dollars to buy lunch because twenty dollars is like a penny. But when they return the wallet she finds out that her twenty-dollar bill is gone because she always carries one around. And then Felix and Banji say that twenty dollars are nothing to you so she gives them the challenge to spend a penny doubled every day. Which adds up to be $5,368,709.12 in thirty days. But there are a lot of rules like… No Buying houses or other investments. No buying gifts for people. No telling ANYONE about the challenge. But if you can follow all of these rules and spend all of that money in thirty days. Then Felix and Benji get a prize of 10 million dollars to spend however they want. I would recommend this book because its a little bit more on the funnier side but, it is a little bit of a bigger book so I would recommend the age group 4th -6th grade the one thing I did not really like is that it is kind of the same thing once you get to the middle of the book like there always just buying things and more and more things and it gets kind of boring. I also did not get that feeling that I didn’t want to stop.
    About 2 years ago
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    By McAnulty, Stacy
    About 2 years ago

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