Another Kind Of Monday by jr., William E. Coles

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Discovering three hundred dollars and a note in a library book, Mark is challenged to follow a series of clues that may lead to an exciting discovery and enlists his friend, Zeena, to help in the adventure.

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Coles teaches at the University of Pittsburgh.
Published April 1, 1996 by Atheneum. 240 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books. Fiction

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In an old library copy of Dickens's Great Expectations, high school senior Mark Bettors finds three crisp $100 bills and a letter that, in grandiloquent, allusion-spattered language, invites him to undertake a quest for a great, though unspecified, reward.

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When Mark, a Pittsburgh high school senior, is assigned Great Expectations for holiday reading, he checks out a library copy-which happens to hold three crisp $100 bills and an anonymous note inviting the finder on a secret treasure hunt that promises even greater riches.

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