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Fun book The kids loved it I hope they learned something all I need is one of them to become a tycoon to put me on easy street the rest of my life Anne made some attack jelly and put it in her bedroom, but she s just thinking of her own safety, not the family income sigh Another hysterical book from Gordon Korman The action follows a kind of summer camp on wheels called JuniorTours Essentially, 6 or 7 kids are assigned to a van with 2 counselors and they spend the summer touring the U.S according to the JuniorTours city itenerary, meeting up with the other vans at designated campsites at the end of each day.Specifically, the book follows one particular van, The Ambulance The oddball cast of characters includes a homesick kid that won t shut up about his be Another hysterical book from Gordon Korman The action follows a kind of summer camp on wheels called JuniorTours Essentially, 6 or 7 kids are assigned to a van with 2 counselors and they spend the summer touring the U.S according to the JuniorTours city itenerary, meeting up with the other vans at designated campsites at the end of each day.Specifically, the book follows one particular van, The Ambulance The oddball cast of characters includes a homesick kid that won t shut up about his best friend back home, a kid obsessed with superstitions and luck, a kid that insists on being taken to any planetarium they happen across, some vaguely normal kids and Artie Artie is a Korman character in the vein of Rudy Miller Polite, aloof, and smart So smart that he instantly vanishes at every stop to set up one of his money making schemes.He sells attack jelly in New York, sets up an R C car betting track in D.C., opens a disco for one night in Denver and so on and so forth, making money hand over fist at each stop Will his counselors ever get a handle on what s going on Will Artie ever become one of the group Will the Ambulance ever win the respect of the other vans Read the book to find out I chose this book, because of its cover, I thought it seemed like appealing book and that I might want to read it, so I added it to my kindle No Coins, Please, is about a ingenious, 11 year old, scam artist named Artie who signs up for a tour around the U.S with two teenage tour guides and a couple of other 11 year old boys During their whole trip, Artie sneaks away from the group and goes off to swindle some innocent people into buying his rip off items My favorite quote from No Coins, Plea I chose this book, because of its cover, I thought it seemed like appealing book and that I might want to read it, so I added it to my kindle No Coins, Please, is about a ingenious, 11 year old, scam artist named Artie who signs up for a tour around the U.S with two teenage tour guides and a couple of other 11 year old boys During their whole trip, Artie sneaks away from the group and goes off to swindle some innocent people into buying his rip off items My favorite quote from No Coins, Please, was, Artie, do you have everybody s money I think that quote shows how much money Artie had pocketed just from that trip I find it amazing and hilarious that a small boy of Artie s age could scam so many wiser, and older people Gorden Korman s writing style has been one of my favorites for a long time now, he makes you feel like you re really in the car with the Ambulance crew, and that seems really difficult to pull off I would recommend this to any boy genius looking to make some good money, I personally liked it, because I saw a lot of myself in Artie Rob and Dennis chase Artie s money making schemes across the country This is a 5 star book in my memory and I almost wish I hadn t reread it withyears of readership and life behind me Still funny, but Artie has become less charming andgrating with time. [ Download Ebook ] ♭ No Coins, Please ♡ A zany cross country tour where cash is king and the laughs are large in classic Korman style Dennis and Rob find perfect summer jobs as counsellors on the JT Juniortours cross country driving tour Dennis is in heaven he thinks he and his friend Rob have scored the perfect summer jobs But Rob quickly points out what Dennis never factored in the group of boys they re now completely responsible for That includes Artie Geller Donald Trump in ayear old s body Artie gives his counsellors the slip whenever possible to set up new business opportunities Dennis and Rob soon learn they can t control Artie, and that they have to hide every one of his schemes from the tour boss to protect their own skinsVisions of beautiful female counsellors are replaced by visions of bankruptcy and the FBI This is a good story, but be careful of the kid you give it to, you might give them ideasIn all, this was a very clever story, which aspires to poignancy in places, but really gets overwhelmed by the humor factor which Artie brings to the story He s smart, he seems to be polite, and he always follows the letter of the rules outlined for him but, then, somehow he always manages to get into some kind of outrageous trouble and come out on top Everything else in the book is eclipsed by Artie s This is a good story, but be careful of the kid you give it to, you might give them ideasIn all, this was a very clever story, which aspires to poignancy in places, but really gets overwhelmed by the humor factor which Artie brings to the story He s smart, he seems to be polite, and he always follows the letter of the rules outlined for him but, then, somehow he always manages to get into some kind of outrageous trouble and come out on top Everything else in the book is eclipsed by Artie s schemes, and years after the fact, it s not the lessons that the story was trying to tell that I remember, or any of the ancillary characters, but Artie s hi jinks This is a fun book, first and foremost I think Despite everything else, the kid reading it wants to be Artie to get in trouble and then out of it, landing on his feet with a fat wad of cash every time I loved Gordon Korman as a child and of all his books, I loved No Coins, Please the most It was hilarious and inspiring, this story of a kid smooth talking his way to a fortune with nothingthan a few clever ideas and complete disregard for authority I mean, this kid was making money From adults I was certain I would be a young tycoon in no time In retrospect, some of Artie s schemes may have been ever so slightly implausible Still funny though Great book for budding entrepreneurs o I loved Gordon Korman as a child and of all his books, I loved No Coins, Please the most It was hilarious and inspiring, this story of a kid smooth talking his way to a fortune with nothingthan a few clever ideas and complete disregard for authority I mean, this kid was making money From adults I was certain I would be a young tycoon in no time In retrospect, some of Artie s schemes may have been ever so slightly implausible Still funny though Great book for budding entrepreneurs or con men This is a really fun book which I have always enjoyed ever since I first read it Artie Geller, an 11 year old con artist who makes money from suckers using some ingenious scams, has been one of my literary heroes, and I see a lot of Artie in myself, as I am always using my brain to make money wherever possible What creativity and imagination I love the adventures and wish I could be milking cows in Nebraska or dancing at the Pretzel. One of my favourite childhood books, I always admired Artie I read it aloud to Lauren as our bedtime story after we finished NeverEnding Story.