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The Year Money Grew on Trees by Aaron Hawkins
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Aug 14, 11

Recommended to Aileen by: Children's Librarian Becky Barr
Recommended for: Tweens and Teens and other human beings
Read in August, 2011

"The Year Money Grew on Trees" is a superbly written story of a determined boy. Goaded into an agreement by his conniving neighbor Mrs. Nelson and trying to evade the summer job of doom lined up by his father, Jackson Jones works diligently to live up to the bargain of restoring a neglected apple orchard. Jackson enlists the help of his siblings and his cousins and spends a summer learning as he goes. Will he manage to grow a crop of apples worthy of selling? Will he be able to sell the apples once they are grown? Will he fulfill the bargain made with Mrs. Nelson and in return become the true heir of the orchard. The answers to these questions and many more await you in this wonderful book written by Aaron Hawkins.
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