Authors: Emily Jenkins
Text copyright © 2012 by Emily Jenkins
Illustrations copyright © 2012 by G. Brian Karas
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Jenkins, Emily. Lemonade in winter : a book about two kids counting money /
Emily Jenkins ; illustrated by G. Brian Karas. —1st ed. p. cm.
Summary: Pauline and her brother John-John set up a stand to sell lemonade, limeade, and lemon-limeade one cold, wintry day, then try to attract customers as Pauline adds up their earnings.
ISBN: 978-0-375-98773-1 (ebook)
[1. Lemonade—Fiction. 2. Winter—Fiction. 3. Brothers and sisters—Fiction.
4. Addition—Fiction. 5. Moneymaking projects—Fiction.] I. Karas, G. Brian, ill.
II. Title. PZ7.J4134Lem 2012 [E]—dc22 2010024135
An empty street.
Outside, a mean wind blows.
Icicles hang from the windowsills.
Inside, Pauline presses her nose to the frosted glass.
“I know!” she says.
“Let’s have a lemonade stand.”
Mom shakes her head.
“Nobody will be on the street,” she says. “Don’t you see it’s freezing?”
“We could still have a lemonade stand,” cries Pauline, skipping with her idea.
“Lemonade and limeade—and also lemon-limeade!”
Dad wrinkles his brow.
“Nobody will want cold drinks,” he says. “Don’t you hear the wind?”
But Pauline is jumping with her idea now.
“Lemonade and limeade—and also lemon-limeade! Doesn’t it sound yum?”
John-John jumps, too.
“Yum YUM!” he cries. “Can I help? Please?”
Pauline and John-John collect quarters.
They empty piggy banks and search pockets.