Overview

Kids on Greenwillow Lane learn about trash, treasures, and trading, with Megan Whitney learning the most important lesson of all. A "block yard sale" is fun for kids, as well as a learning experience, and when a baby is for sale, it adds to the excitement. While the other children on this cul-de-sac discover one another's treasures, Megan tries to sell her little brother. Max wants to buy him, but his brother Alex says their mom doesn't want any more kids. Meanwhile, the baby disappears. It seems Jon has been ...
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Baby For Sale

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Overview

Kids on Greenwillow Lane learn about trash, treasures, and trading, with Megan Whitney learning the most important lesson of all. A "block yard sale" is fun for kids, as well as a learning experience, and when a baby is for sale, it adds to the excitement. While the other children on this cul-de-sac discover one another's treasures, Megan tries to sell her little brother. Max wants to buy him, but his brother Alex says their mom doesn't want any more kids. Meanwhile, the baby disappears. It seems Jon has been sold, or kidnapped. Will Megan try to get him back?
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Editorial Reviews

Chris Reviewer
Baby For Sale is a light hearted story about Megan Whitney, a girl who is a little jealous of her baby brother, Jon. She hangs signs up all over the Cul de sac she lives on that says Baby For Sale--10¢. But during a sidewalk sale when baby Jon comes up missing, Megan realizes that she really does love her baby brother and she sets out to find him. I highly recommend this book for young readers.
Christine Spindler
This story is a gem. The plot has a couple of funny twists and surprises. A charming cast of quirky kids, who want to sell their old toys but end up trading each other's toys, make the story even more amusing. I laughed and chuckled all the time. Although there are no illustrations, the writing is so colorful that you won't miss them. Excellent.
Holly Janey
Who would sell a baby for only ten cents? Megan Whitney would, especially since that baby is her baby brother Jon who gets all the attention from the grown ups. But as the kids on Greenwillow Lane learn all about having a sidewalk sale and the fun of trading each other's toys instead of buying them, Megan learns that she really does love her little brother when he come up missing. Luckily it was all a mistake and Baby Jon turns up safe and sound.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000949788
  • Publisher: DiskUs Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/13/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 143 KB

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