Monkey Business by Leslie MargolisMonkey Business by Leslie Margolis

Monkey Business

byLeslie Margolis

Paperback | November 10, 2015

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A music festival is coming to town, and Annabelle and her friends can't wait to rock out--that is if they can earn enough cash to buy the expensive tickets. In this day and age, a regular old lemonade stand isn't going to cut it.

They'll need to get creative, but agreeing on a strategy is harder than Annabelle thought, especially when her best friend, Rachel, has strong opinions that threaten not just their business model, but their friendship as well. With big plans--and big changes--afoot, there's no time for Annabelle and crew to monkey around!

Capturing the ups and downs of friendship, family, and middle school in her pitch perfect storytelling, Leslie Margolis keeps readers coming back for more of life according to Annabelle Stevens.

Leslie Margolis is the author of numerous books for young readers, including the Annabelle Unleashed books Boys Are Dogs, Girls Acting Catty, Everybody Bugs Out, and One Tough Chick, as well as the Maggie Brooklyn mystery series. The Disney Channel movie Zapped!, starring Zendaya, was inspired by the first book in the Annabelle Unleash...
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Title:Monkey BusinessFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 7.75 × 5.12 × 0.59 inPublished:November 10, 2015Publisher:Bloomsbury USALanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1619637995

ISBN - 13:9781619637993

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"A vivacious third installment in the Annabelle Unleashed series. . . . [Her] breezy tone nicely conveys the peaks and valleys of middle-school life. Readers will be cheering for Annabelle." -Kirkus Reviews on EVERYBODY BUGS OUT"[An] effervescent story. . . . The story lines--melded household, moving, boys as dogs--coalesce naturally, giving girl readers a thoughtful story along with, just possibly, some substantive boy advice." -Publishers Weekly on BOYS ARE DOGS