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by Sheila Greenwald

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Author:
Sheila Greenwald
ISBN13:
978-0606204507
ISBN:
0606204504
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Publisher:
Demco Media (February 1, 2002)
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
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1694 kb
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Mariah gets hooked on books, but not quite in the way her mother had intende By the time Mariah Delany reaches theĀ . Things, understandably, go down hill from there. The Mariah Delany Lending Library Disaster is a 1970s vision of BookCrossing gone horribly wrong

Mariah gets hooked on books, but not quite in the way her mother had intende By the time Mariah Delany reaches the sixth grade, she's started to come up with all kinds of moneymaking schemes. To her book-loving parents' dismay, she is much more interested in business than books. In a desperate effort to show Mariah the joys of reading, her mother brings her to the library. The Mariah Delany Lending Library Disaster is a 1970s vision of BookCrossing gone horribly wrong. In their enthusiasm to finally see their Mariah Delany always has an idea for making some extra money.

An eleven-year-old girl sets up her own lending library in competition with the New York Public Library and finds herself involved in more than she bargained for. Boxid.

Then they discover that Mariah is not reading their books but lending them out in the hopes of collecting overdue finesĀ .

Greenwald builds a few laughs into the situation's development, but her happy ending-Mariah (1) inspires all the evasive borrowers to return the books, (2) becomes suddenly responsible about her schoolwork, (3) finally gets hooked on reading by sampling Great Expectations, and (4) becomes an ardent fan of the public library-relegates this to the.

A native New Yorker, Sheila Greenwald has written and illustrated many books for children. Mariah, who has little use for books, goes with her mother to the library, whose hours have been shortened due to cutbacks

A native New Yorker, Sheila Greenwald has written and illustrated many books for children. Mariah, who has little use for books, goes with her mother to the library, whose hours have been shortened due to cutbacks. Sound familiar? Now Mariah's bookloving family just has TONS of books all over the house which seem to just fill shelfspace. Mariah, lacking enthusiasm for school, but running over with creative entrepreneurship, decides to privately fill the gap left by the library cutbacks.

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The Mariah Delaney Lending Library Disaster. By the time Mariah Delaney reaches the sixth grade, she's started to come up with all kinds of moneymaking schemes

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An eleven-year-old girl sets up her own lending library in competition with the New York Public Library and finds herself involved in more than she bargained for.