Reading to a child is one of the great pleasures of life, for parents and grandparents and children alike. This delightful, highly readable story by acclaimed author Luke Hayes will always be on hand in your Nook reader to make bedtime or any time a special time. Luke specializes in creating stories that set fire to kids’ imaginations. This is a book for reading, for sharing, one that children will ask to hear you read again and again.
The man down the road who buys eggs from Pearl’s mother gives Pearl and her duck Olive a bonus: a lottery ticket. The prize is a million dollars. Pearl and Olive and all the farm animals talk about what they would do if they won. When Olive really does win, she finds that thinking about all that money changes her. She doesn’t really like being rich.
After further complications, Olive learns a valuable lesson about money and friends and selfishness.
This charming addition to the adventures of Olive makes a wonderful story for readers ages 6-9. It’s a great bedtime story for younger kids, too.
|Publisher:||J. Porter Publishing|
|Series:||Read-to-Me Books , #6|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||502 KB|
|Age Range:||6 - 8 Years|
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