The Confe$$ion$ and $ecret$ of Howard J. Fingerhut by Esther Hershenhorn

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Fourth-grader Howard J. Fingerhut, also known as Howie, is so certain he's going to win the H. Marion Muckley Junior Businessperson of the Year Contest, he decides to chronicle the success of his entry lawn care business - A Boy for All Seasons - from September through June and sell the journal as a how-to book for junior businesspeople.

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Esther Hershenhorn cooks up stories and chicken soup in Chicago, Illinois. Her published titles include the picture book "There Goes Lowell's Party!" and the middle-grade novel "The Confe$$ion$ and $ecret$ of Howard J. Fingerhut." A former classroom teacher, Esther spends her days visiting schools and libraries, teaching and coaching children's book writers, and connecting writers through her work for the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. She's the first to admit her chicken soup is not a threat to Mrs. Gittel's.
Published January 1, 2002 by Holiday House. 125 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Many entrepreneurs write about their successes, but Howie Fingerhut tells it all in his how-to book for success.

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