Mutzpheys Last Stand
It’s summer, the perfect time for Mutzphey and Milo to start their new lemonade stand.
Together, with starry-eyed visions of success, they get to work right away.
Beginning in their own neighborhood, they plan to distribute lemonade worldwide by lunchtime. But when Mutzphey gets greedy and the scorching heat gets to his temper, Milo decides to go into business for himself. Pretty soon, the two friends become angry competitors, forgeting everything they know about forgiveness.
Whose business will succeed? Will either of them apologize? Will they still be friends by the end of the summer?
Come along with Mutzphey and Milo on a great adventure of the lemonade kind!
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SKU (ISBN): 9780768456950
Hank Kunneman | Illustrator: Norris Hall
Binding: Cloth Text
Published: November 2020
Mutzphey And Milo Adventure
Publisher: Destiny Image
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