By Laurie B Friedman
Mallory McDonald has her eye at the excellent handbag, yet it really is too pricey and Mallory's mother isn't deciding to buy! So Mallory comes up with the correct plan to get the best handbag. She'll simply begin a company! but beginning a enterprise is not as effortless because it turns out. Mallory ultimately earns adequate to shop for what she desires. but when her company is comparable to good fortune, why does Mallory consider like one of these failure?
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I giggle. I know Grandma means she’s listening to every word I’m saying, but I can’t help imagining what Grandma would look like if she were all ears. “Here’s the problem. There’s this purse called the Perfect Purse . ” And before I can stop myself, I start telling Grandma everything about the Perfect Purse. 43 “It’s the latest and the greatest and it comes with ten covers and a sparkly pin and Mary Ann is getting one and I want one so we can match and . ” Grandma laughs. “Slow down. ” “There is a problem,” I tell Grandma in my there’s-only-one-problem-but-it’s-a-big-one voice.
I nod my head. ” “Here goes,” says Dad. “I invited my parents to a conference to tell them I could be doing better if . . ” Even though it’s not easy, I finish Dad’s sentence. ” says Mom. “That purse is expensive and unnecessary. ” “I can,” I tell Mom. ” Before Mom or Dad can say anything else, I start reading. 33 34 35 “Mallory, you sound like a commercial,” Dad says when I finish reading. “Even worse than sounding like a commercial,” says Mom, “is that you sound spoiled. ” “But I need to get one.
I ignore Max. I know he isn’t really trying to be helpful. “I’m not moving. I’m starting a business selling joke books. I need a box for my books,” I tell Mom. Max laughs. ” Max laughs even harder. ” Mom puts down her pencil. ” I love my joke books. Grandma gave me my first one when I learned to read. I’ve been collecting them ever since. But here’s the thing: I think other people will love them too. “I’m selling them because I need 53 money,” I tell Mom. Mom frowns. ” I scratch my head and do some fast thinking.