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Yes / Deborah Burnside.

By: Burnside, Deborah, 1969-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : HarperCollins, 2011Description: 272 pages ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781869509255 (pbk.).Subject(s): Money-making projects for children -- teen fiction | Friendship -- Teen fiction | Teenage boys -- Teen fiction | Money-making projects for children -- Fiction | Friendship -- Fiction | Teenage boys -- Fiction | Money-making projects for children -- Teenage fiction | Friendship -- Teenage fiction | Teenage boys -- Teenage fiction | Young adult fiction, New Zealand | Money-making projects for children -- Young adult fiction | Moneymaking projects Fiction | Young adult fiction, New Zealand. local Nz | Friendship -- Young adult fiction | Teenage boys -- Young adult fiction | Wealth -- Young adult fictionGenre/Form: Young adult fiction, New Zealand. | Young adult fiction, New Zealand. | Teenage fiction, New Zealand. | Teen fiction.DDC classification: BUR Awards: New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards Finalist 2012.Summary: Marty knows that when his mate Luke attempts to involve him in another crazy venture, it's futile to resist. This time it's the Young Enterprise Scheme. Luke believes it will make them rich and popular, and along the way will capture the heart of his elusive love. Reluctantly Marty says yes. And what comes next is a whole lot bigger and weirder than he could ever have imagined. Suggested level: secondary.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Marty Morgan is considered a loser; weird, different. Although he attends a mainstream school, he's not mainstream: he has low-level autism. Puzzled by others' emotions, words and facial expressions, he has blended into the background, but now he decides it's time for him to take control of his destiny.

Novel for young adults.

New Zealand author.

Finalist in the New Zealand Post Children's Book Award 2012.

Marty knows that when his mate Luke attempts to involve him in another crazy venture, it's futile to resist. This time it's the Young Enterprise Scheme. Luke believes it will make them rich and popular, and along the way will capture the heart of his elusive love. Reluctantly Marty says yes. And what comes next is a whole lot bigger and weirder than he could ever have imagined. Suggested level: secondary.

New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards Finalist 2012.

Suitable 13 Years and Upwards

New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards Finalist - 2012

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