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Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday Paperback – August 30, 1987
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Last Sunday, Alexander's grandparents gave him a dollar -- and he was rich. There were so many things he could do with all of that money!
He could buy as much gum as he wanted, or even a walkie-talkie, if he saved enough.
But somehow the money began to disappear....
Readers of all ages will be delighted by this attractive new edition of Judith Viorst's beloved picture book.
About the Author
Judith Viorst was born and brought up in New Jersey and has lived in Washington, DC, since 1960, when she married Milton Viorst, a political writer. A graduate in 1981 of the Washington Psychoanalytic Institute, Viorst writes in many different areas: science books, children’s chapter and picture books—including the beloved Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, which has sold some four million copies; adult fiction and nonfiction including the New York Times bestseller, Necessary Losses; poetry for children and adults, and four musicals. Her most recent book of poetry for children, What Are You Glad About? What Are You Mad About? was published in 2016. Lulu Is Getting a Sister is the fourth book in the Lulu series.
Ray Cruz is the illustrator of the modern classics Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day and Alexander, Who Used To Be Rich Last Sunday.
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Top Customer Reviews
And even though we know a dollar doesn't buy what it could have back when the book was written, young children don't know that... or care.
A great book for children up to, and even a little beyond, 10 or so years of age.
-Author, "Everyday Money for Everyday People"