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Publisher's Summary

Award-winning author Jacqueline Davies’ The Lemonade War introduced fourth-grader Evan and his math-genius sister Jessie as they went head-to-head to see who could sell the most lemonade. Its charming sequel, The Lemonade Crime finds the siblings finally getting used to being in the same class after Jessie skips a grade. But a criminal trial - put on by their fourth grade class - will turn the siblings into rivals once again.

©2011 Jacqueline Davies (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC

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Amazing

This book was awsome

This book was a great story. I listened to it for homework and got loved it soooo much.

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Wonderful!!!!!👍

I loved how they open up the beginning of this story! The story shows the bitter sweet relationship of the kids. I also love how each character has a part! Great book overall!!!!👍

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Meh

The story was in the middle, nothing exciting, but it makes it very easy to sleep. Narrating was much better than the actual story.

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Fantastic for elementary school kids

Would you listen to Lemonade Crime again? Why?

Absolutely

What did you like best about this story?

Great story, smart, appealed to both girls and boys

Have you listened to any of Stina Nielson’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Could t wait for next book in series

Any additional comments?

Please get more stories like this!

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Awesome

This book is amazing. If you like Adventure and a little Mystery this is the book for you

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Get This Book!!!

Jacqueline Davis does it again! This amazing 5 book series is great for all ages, Evan adults. I mean "even" adults! 😝😜

I have listened to all the books like, 40 times! (More like read and listened, I read them with my mom on the kindle, and listen to them on my kindle fire, the iPad, (this! 😃) mom's iPhone, and sometimes my dad's!) well, stop reading reviews and get this book! Or all 5!
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Signed, an 9-year old kid, MCNarNar ( that is my minecraft name 😃) one day to become a gamer youtuber, AlicePlays.

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Lemonade Crime

This is a good book to snuggle up with at Grandma's house. We liked listening about the court process. It had a good ending and we're listening to the next book called The Bell Bandit.

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  • Tina
  • Northern Utah
  • 01-29-14

Not quite like kids

If you could sum up Lemonade Crime in three words, what would they be?

This is book two in a series. You really need book one before reading this title. This book needs book one to lay out the whole story. I hope this is now clear.

The kids don't act like kids. Evan and Jessie are siblings. They act like siblings most of the time. Jessie is brilliant. She has moved ahead one grade. She knows too much to be so young, even as a genius. Evan and Jessie are likable and this story covers the theft of money that was earned in book one. Jessie brilliantly decides to charge the suspected boy with the crime. A court is set up to hear the case and the story unfolds. In reality chaos would have ensued with name calling and battles that would drag the adults into the story. It is odd that no adult figures out there is a problem.

The ending is abrupt and doesn't match how kids really work and think. It is a teaching story and best to be read to/with kids so a discussion can follow.

I'm not in love with this story. I probably will never listen again. I don't think the book is terrible, it just isn't realistic. It is about people and attempts to be about reality, but it misses the mark. Better books that describe how kids/teens think would include the Clementine series or the Bras and Broomsticks series.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Lemonade Crime?

1 of 2 people found this review helpful