The Year Money Grew on Trees Review

The Year Money Grew on Trees
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The Year Money Grew On Trees is an excellent storyline about a 14 year old boy who is given the opportunity to come into ownership of an apple orchard. The catch? He has to make $8000 from it the first year... and he doesn't have anyone to help! Soon young Jackson finds himself recruiting and paying his friends and family to help him out. This child-run orchard business begins to solidify friendships, help youth grow into adults, and reinforce the idea that responsibility and hard work do pay off in the end. There are heartwraming moments, learning to deal with adults in a calm and respectful manner (even if they aren't being fair), and lessons in economics and science. As a teacher I would recommend this book for 5th-8th graders. The numerous subjects covered in math, social studies, science, and language arts makes this a great book to integrate into other subjects in your classroom. Plus, the heartwarming relationships and growth of the soul make this a student-friendly read.

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