When eleven-year-old prodigy Artie Geller joins a group of six campers on a tour across the U.S.A., he uses the tour and his scheming mind to make incredible sums of money in every state his group visits. In New York, Artie earns hundreds of dollars selling jars of "attack jelly". In Washington D.C., he starts a gambling ring which cleans out the wallets of senators and congressmen. In Colorado, an abandoned pretzel factory provides the perfect location for a one-night exclusive disco that nets Artie a fortune. But when Artie's tour group lands in Las Vegas, his money-making schemes may have finally gone too far when he finds himself on the run from the F.B.I!
The review of this Book prepared by Michael Jung
John Campbell on 5/17/2015 7:24:49 PM says: I loved this book as a kid. I got suspended from school in fourth grade for selling candy to the other students making upwards of $100/day. Took forever to find it. No coins, please is a fantastic book for thinking outside the box.
Viki Wu on 3/31/2015 4:53:36 PM says: I hate it when Artie kept on selling those weird things that anyone could make to get money. I also hate it when Artie was running away from the wonderful trip with his new friends to make money.