The book in question, pictured at right, is the recently released, Rocks to Riches.
The brain child of Elisabeth Donati, Rocks to Riches is a middle grade novel that Robert G. Allen, author of Multiple Streams of Income and Cash in a Flash, has referred to as the “modern-day Think and Grow Rich for kids.”
Nan and Millie, two of the main characters in Rocks to Riches, live in the same neighborhood and hang out with the same group of kids, despite the fact that the two don’t really care for one another. Nan, who lives in a run-down apartment building with her single mom and younger sister, thinks Millie is a spoiled brat with her big, fancy house and sports car-driving mom. And Millie can’t seem to get enough of reminding Nan that she’s poor.
But the world seems turned upside down when Millie reveals that her well-to-do family is on the verge of losing everything. The group of friends, with the help of a pet pot-bellied pig, spends the summer looking for treasure in an attempt to save life as Millie knows it. And while the treasure they find isn’t quite what the kids were looking for, in the end, the girls learn that true financial wealth isn’t about how much money you make: It’s about how much money you keep.
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