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Overview

Want to go on a money-making adventure? In Beyond the Lemonade Stand, Bill Rancic, winner of the smash-hit show The Apprentice, coaches you on how to succeed in business - while being smart, fair, and helping those who need it.

Just take a look at what's inside!

  • 20 ideas for your own kid business and 5 easy steps to get each one started
  • Stories from Bill about how to be honest and come out on top!
  • Words of advice from super celebrities such as Donald Trump and Andy Roddick on how they learned to succeed
  • Thoughts about how you can share your success with others, by helping those who need it
  • A build-your-own-business worksheet that will turn your ideas into reality
  • Tales from the trenches -- stories from kids just like you about starting their own businesses
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Bill Rancic, the charismatic winner of The Apprentice, has written an accessible guide for kids interested in starting their own business. He presents 20 projects, plus worksheets and real-life tales from the trenches. The book focuses not merely on making money but on being smart, fair, and responsible.
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Fans of The Apprentice may recognize the picture of the first season's winner on the cover of Beyond the Lemonade Stand: Starting Small to Make It Big! by Bill Rancic. Offering 20 ideas for start-up kid businesses, tips for creating a business model and quotes from the Donald himself, Rancic's book may well provide aspiring entrepreneurs with everything they need to climb to the top. Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
Children's Literature
As winner of the acclaimed television reality show, "The Apprentice," Bill Rancic brings unique perspective to the topic of building businesses. Certainly working for Donald Trump, a world-famous entrepreneur, allows a view of success that only a privileged few are privy to. In a conversational and engaging style, Rancic shares with young readers tips that he has gleaned from creating and maintaining business enterprises, from his earliest lemonade stand to the present. Values of perseverance, hard work, integrity, and creativity are interwoven with homilies entitled "Lesson Learned." Also included are helpful hints from youthful executives who tell of their successes and failures with a variety of financial adventures. Special features include chapters with instructions for building a business, money management, and suggestions for investing the profits, as well as a glossary. The celebrity factor spotlights words of advice from Andy Roddick, and of course, The Donald, on how they have achieved success. Demonstrating that his heart is where his mouth is, Rancic is donating the profits from this book to children's charities. 2005, Razorbill/Penguin Group, and Ages 10 to 15.
—Janice DeLong
School Library Journal
Gr 3-5-This basic book for young entrepreneurs is full of ideas. The six chapters include "Build Your Own Business Model" and "Managing Your Money." In the section on sample businesses, Rancic provides pros and cons as well as tips for getting started. He shares his philosophy of honesty and the lessons he has learned in his ventures. Kids 7 through 12 also present their experiences. Black-and-white family photographs appear throughout.-Kathleen A. Nester, Downingtown High Ninth Grade Center, PA Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781595141033
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 9/8/2005
  • Pages: 160
  • Age range: 8 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.74 (w) x 8.48 (h) x 0.73 (d)

Meet the Author

Bill Rancic

Giuliana Rancic (née DePandi) was born in Naples, Italy, and moved to the United States when she was seven. She is the anchor and managing editor of the top-rated E! News, a beloved red-carpet interviewer, and the author of the dating book Think Like a Guy.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 6
Part 1 Ideas and Inspiration 11
Part 2 20 Kid Businesses You Can Start Today! 71
Part 3 Build Your Own Business Model 119
Part 4 Managing Your Money 129
Part 5 Your Contacts and Appointments 143
Glossary 153
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Interviews & Essays

Q&A with Bill Rancic

Why did you decide to write a children's book?
I decided to write a children's book because the Apprentice had such a following by children. Kids were coming up to me all the time and asking me questions. I was a young entrepreneur and wanted to share some of my childhood experiences with kids and hopefully teach them a few things I learned along the way.

What was the first business you started?
I ran a make-shift restaurant out of my grandma's kitchen. When I was about 9 my parents and sisters went on vacation and I was left with my grandma. By the second day I became bored. She taught me how to make pancakes and then invited the neighbor ladies over to show off my skills. When I was cleaning up after they left, I noticed five dollar bills under their plates. Every weekend after that I was asking to go to my grandma's house.

When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
When I was a kid, I wanted to go into a different profession every week. I do remember really wanting to become a police officer. My dad's cousin Elaine was a Chicago cop and I loved hearing stories about her job. She even let me go on a ride-a-long with her in her police car.

What did you save your money to buy?
I like anything with a motor so I saved up all of my money to buy a motor scooter.

After school let out for the day, how did you spend your afternoons?
After school I mostly hung out with the neighbor kids. There were so many kids on our block. We lived on a cul-de-sac and depending on what season it was, those were the games we played. We went from baseball to football, kickball, and basketball. It was so much fun and I have a lot of great memories.

Who did you look up to when you were growing up?
My dad and I used to watch football together and I always admired Walter Payton. I still have a Payton 34 sweatshirt. He played on the Chicago Bears and I wanted to be just like him. For my 30th birthday my friend gave me a football autographed by Walter Payton and I keep it in my office.

Name one thing about yourself that would surprise people.
I baby-sit for my sister's kids (when they can't find anybody else) and yes, that includes changing diapers!!

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    Entrepreneurs for the Next Generation

    If we do not nurture our children's entrepreneurial ideas, there will be a severe lack of innovative products in the next 20-30 years. So here's the volume that will ignite their creative sparks and give them a structure to proceed with their ideas.

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