Pretty Penny Makes Ends Meet

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Random House Children's Books, Jan 22, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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Oh, no! Grandma Bunny's basement has flooded in the middle of the night, and her budget for home repairs is already gone! But Pretty Penny and pet pig, Iggy, waste no time in coming up with a solution to the problem: they will have a jewelry sale to help make ends meet. Will Penny and Iggy be able to make enough money to help Bunny pay for the repair? Or will the pennywise pals end up all washed up? Kids will love this darling addition to the Pretty Penny series that focuses on helping others by solving money problems.

Author-illustrator Devon Kinch has created a charming, stylish character with a signature look, just like such classic children's book figures as Madeline, Eloise, and Olivia.
  

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Review: Pretty Penny Makes Ends Meet

User Review  - Paula - Goodreads

In this latest Pretty Penny book, Penny devises a money-making plan to help her grandmother Bunny pay for plumbing repairs when they discover a massive leak in Bunny's basement. Penny and Iggy go ... Read full review

Review: Pretty Penny Makes Ends Meet

User Review  - IrenesChristianReviews - Goodreads

The colors in the illustrations make this book more enjoyable to read. This story is about a little girl who saves money by making something and selling it. She then gives the money she makes to her ... Read full review

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Contents

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Section 6
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About the author (2013)

DEVON KINCH is the author-illustrator of the Pretty Penny series. It is Devon's belief that young children can avoid financial trouble by learning how to establish a healthy relationship with money at an early age. Devon studied painting and art history, and earned her Master's Degree in Design from the School of Visual Arts in 2009. She lives in the Hudson Valley area of New York with her husband and daughter. 

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