The Luckiest Girl in Luckyville
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It is no accident that Prudence Lucky, the luckiest girl in Luckyville, is a mere five-year-old. It is also no accident that Prudence ends up depositing a whopping $450,000 in a money-market account due to using her newly acquired allowance money to set up a lemonade stand at the local farmer’s market during summer break. Unlike the rest of the people in her hometown—all of whom have bought into silly superstitions and old wives’ tales, foolish traditions, and a deeply rooted bad luck mentality that keeps them locked into a bad luck syndrome—Prudence Lucky is prudent enough to understand one vital dynamic: you are a sum total of what you deliberately say, think about, hear, read, and meditate on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year— 366 in leap year! If you are sick and tired of living from paycheck to paycheck day after day and you would love to attract infinite wealth and acquire a higher income status, irrespective of what is taking place in the global economy, this exciting children’s book is a must read!
Published: Trafford on
ISBN: 9781466981911
List price: $3.99
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