El delito de la limonada

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Author(s): Jacqueline Davies
Series: Lemonade War Series No: 2
Original Publish Date: Apr 16, 2019
Product Number: EB00756740
Released: Apr 16, 2019
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9780358055976
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Un favorito de Booklinks Uno de los 100 Titulos de la Biblioteca PUblica de Nueva York en la secciOn de Lectura y Lectura para compartir "Un fascinante capitulo."—Booklist, critica destacada "Una novela divertida, fresca y creible con personajes simpAticos." —School Library Journal "Divertida una buena lectura para pequeNos capitalistas." —USA Today Hecho: Una semana atrAs, desaparecieron doscientos ocho dOlares del bolsillo del pantalOn corto de Evan Treski. Hecho: Evan y Jessie habian trabajado arduamente durante el verano para obtener ese dinero, preparando limonada, cargAndola por todo el pueblo, de pie bajo el caluroso sol de verano para ganar cada centavo. Hecho: Scott Spencer acaba de comprar algo muy, muy costoso. AcusaciOn: Scott Spencer es acusado del delito de robo del dinero de la limonada. La clase 4-0 en consecuencia lo cita al tribunal frente a un juez, testigos y un jurado de pares. ¿Se sabrA la verdad en el juicio? Y si es asi, ¿se harA justicia? A Booklinks favorite One of the 100 Titles of the New York Public Library in the Reading and Reading section to share "A fascinating chapter book." —Booklist, featured review "A fun, fresh and credible novel with friendly characters." —School Library Journal "Fun ... a good read for small capitalists." —USA Today Fact: A week ago, two hundred and eight dollars disappeared from the pocket of Evan Treski's shorts. Fact: Evan and Jessie had worked hard during the summer to get that money, preparing lemonade, loading it around town, standing in the hot summer sun to earn every penny. Fact: Scott Spencer just bought something very, very expensive. Accusation: Scott Spencer is charged with the crime of stealing lemonade money. Class 4-0 accordingly cites him to the court in front of a judge, witnesses and a jury of peers. Will the truth be known at the trial? And if so, will justice be done?

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