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The Banks
     

The Banks

by Agnes Musa
 

The Banks were trying to teach eight young people to save some of their money… in case of a rainy day. The young people were not keen to hear that they had to save their pocket money for a rainy day. A rainy day? Please.

Save their pocket money for a rainy day? Save their pocket money for a rainy day? Why? Pocket money made today better. It was money

Overview

The Banks were trying to teach eight young people to save some of their money… in case of a rainy day. The young people were not keen to hear that they had to save their pocket money for a rainy day. A rainy day? Please.

Save their pocket money for a rainy day? Save their pocket money for a rainy day? Why? Pocket money made today better. It was money for the pocket, for the day, to spend, not to keep, or save. This is what went on in all the children’s minds.

Nor were the young people afraid of the Banks. Or their strange house. Or the way they were brought to it. Not at all! Not a thing the banks said or did seemed to work, so far.

Well, not a thing worked until these five minutes past when… everything changed. Maybe it was the green forest cake or the other strange looking yellow and black tasty sweet eats the children had just eaten. The short and the long of it was or is that the last half hour changed everything. It went by like this….

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045234801
Publisher:
Agnes Musa
Publication date:
08/16/2013
Series:
Dolchlist Sight Words , #23
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
311 KB
Age Range:
5 - 11 Years

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Meet the Author

Agnes Musa is a published author with Hodder UK, Smashwords, Amazon, Lulu, Createspace and Google Play. Agnes is a full time writer passionate about human rights, female empowerment, good governance, children's rights and the environment. Agnes strives to produce well written short, exciting books on a variety of subjects. Contact Agnes Musa email : amusa2010@gmail.com

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