101 Ways to Bug Your Parents
by Lee Wardlaw
Scene Stealers, our book discussion group for students in grades 4 & 5, read and discussed 101 Ways to Bug Your Parents. If you enjoyed this book, you may also enjoy the following books:
TO ENJOY: Moneymaking Schemes
with her grandfather on Muckwater Mountain in West Virginia, twelve-year-old
Silver aggressively pursues her dream of having a dog by working to earn
money for one.
Richest Kids in Town
town and homesick for his old life, fourth-grader Peter teams up with
a classmate to earn money for a trip to his old town. Their moneymaking
schemes, however, have some very unexpected results.
by overachieving parents and swept away by the moneymaking schemes of
a new friend, eleven-year-old Cally finds herself meeting everyone's expectations
but her own.
his life turned upside down after he wins $250,000 in the Dazzle-Rama
times force Mark to change his 4-H project from raising a calf to selling
eggs from his chickens, he finds the experience is both challenging and
This list was prepared
by Youth Services at St. Charles Public Library, June 2000.