By Laurie B Friedman
Mallory McDonald has her eye at the excellent handbag, yet it is too dear and Mallory's mother isn't really purchasing! So Mallory comes up with definitely the right plan to get the ideal handbag. She'll simply begin a enterprise! but beginning a company isn't really as effortless because it turns out. Mallory ultimately earns sufficient to shop for what she desires. but when her company is comparable to luck, why does Mallory consider like this kind of failure?
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Mallory, we are through talking about the Perfect Purse. ” Mom pulls me by my arm out the door and through the parking lot. I think about my wish. I guess mall fountains don’t work nearly as well as wish ponds. As we head toward our car, I look over my shoulder at the Mall Madness sign. I have mall madness. But it’s definitely not the excited kind. ” I walk into the kitchen and hand my parents an envelope. Mom puts the envelope down on the counter and hands me the phone. Most days, I love phone calls.
But I’m afraid I’m the wrong person for a joke book. ” But I don’t have luck at any other houses, even though I go to every single one of them on my street. No one wants to buy a joke book. I walk home with my box. Even though I didn’t add any books to it, it feels heavier than it did before. When I get home, I go into the kitchen and call Pamela. I hope she will be my first customer. ” I ask in my cheeriest voice when she answers. I tell her all about the different joke books I’m selling. 59 “Hold on,” says Pamela.
I shake my head no a third time. ” Joey makes a mad face. ” “I’m sorry,” I tell Joey. I don’t want him to think I don’t want to be his friend. I try to explain about the Perfect Purse. When I’m done explaining, I look at Joey. He always understands things. But this time, he doesn’t look like he understands at all. ” Even though I can see Joey doesn’t care, I do, and I know someone else who might care too. “We can play some other time,” I tell Joey. I scoop up Cheeseburger. ” 41 A PHONE CALL I tiptoe up the stairs into Mom and Dad’s room.