Cool Jobs for Kids who Like Kids: Ways to Make Money Working with Children

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ABDO, Sep 1, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Kids want to make money! This fun and creative title introduces young readers to the idea of working in a format that is easy to read and use. From play groups to crafts, this book contains kid-tested projects that will have children earning money--and loving it! Instructions and photographs guide kids through the process of business plans, safety, marketing, gathering customer information, and providing a product or service. Background information, materials lists, and additional ideas provide a fun and organized approach to the world of work! Checkerboard is an imprint of ABDO Publishing Company.
 

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The Donkey Trapped in his Own Trick
A villager had a
donkey.He earned by transporting goods from place to place on that donkey.One early morning he loaded the donkey wiyh salt and set off to the trown.A stream ran across his wayto the market. As the donkey walked through the stream it slipped and fell down.A good deal of salt was washed away and the donkey felt light.The donkeythought it was quite a good trickto make the load light.
Next morning the man againloaded with salt.The donkey played the sametrick and got light.The master saw through the game and made up his mind to teach the donkey a good lesson.Now on the third day he put a bale of cottonon on the donkey.the silly animaltried the same trick once more.Soaked with water the cotton load become much heavier than when it was dry.
Moral: The foolish donkey was punished for his bad intention.
 

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