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The Toothpaste Millionaire

by Jean Merrill

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  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Houghton Mifflin .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7468875M
ISBN 100395960630
ISBN 109780395960639

The Toothpaste Millionaire has been used in the classroom to integrate lessons from a number of different subject areas: entrepreneurship, marketing, manufacturing of toothpaste, and the social issues associated with race in the story's setting. In , Merrill published The Girl Who Loved Caterpillars, based on a 12th-century Japanese : Janu , Rochester, New York, U.S. The Toothpaste Millionaire Zoom A resourceful and scrupulously honest year old makes a million dollars by selling toothpaste at no more than 15 cents a tube.

The Toothpaste Millionaire by Jean Merrill and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Toothpaste Millionaire by Merrill, Jean - AbeBooks.   The toothpaste millionaire by Merrill, Jean; Bank Street College of Education. Publication date Topics Business enterprises, Business enterprises, Mathematics Publisher Boston, Houghton Mifflin Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio) Scanned in :

The Toothpaste Millionaire (Carton of 36 Paperbacks) Likable, clever, and inventive sixth-graders Rufus Mayflower and Kate Mackinstrey develop and 12 pins. Product Information. Sixth-grader Rufus Mayflower doesn't set out to become a millionaire. He just wants to save on toothpaste. Betting he can make a gallon of his own for the same price as one tube from the store, Rufus develops a step-by-step production plan with help from his good friend Kate MacKinstrey.


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The Toothpaste Millionaire by Jean Merrill Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Toothpaste Millionaire Paperback – September 4, by Jean Merrill (Author)/5(81). The Toothpaste Millionaire. Sixth-grader Rufus Mayflower doesn't set out to become a millionaire.

He just wants to save on toothpaste. Betting he can make a gallon of his own for the same price as one tube from the store, Rufus develops a step-by-step production plan with help from his good friend Kate MacKinstrey/5.

The Toothpaste Millionaire is a great book about a 12 year old boy named Rufus Mayflower that invents better toothpaste. Then he runs through some obsticals trying to turn his toothpaste into a huge business, such as finding tubes and a /5(7).

There is no way he could have done it without his friends. Kathryn found the machine, bought the toothpaste tubes, found the mechanic to run the machine and act as a manager and basically contributed to every aspect of this company.

In this sense of entirely glossing over her contributions, this book is horribly, horribly sexist/5(95). The Toothpaste Millionaire. Sixth-grader Rufus Mayflower doesn't set out to become a millionaire. He just wants to save on toothpaste. Betting he can make a /5(12). The Toothpaste Millionaire.

Kate, who's in the sixth grade, and her genius friend Rufus tackle some tough problems (mathematical and otherwise) when they start selling the toothpaste Rufus whips up in his kitchen.

The Toothpaste Millionaire by Jean Merrill () Rufus Mayflower is a can-do kid. When his friend Kate’s bookbag breaks – Rufus knows how to make another one.

Description of the book "The Toothpaste Millionaire": Sixth-grader Rufus Mayflower doesn't set out to become a millionaire. He just wants to save on toothpaste. Betting he can make a gallon of his own for the same price as one tube from the store, Rufus develops a step-by-step production plan with help from his PDF good friend Kate MacKinstrey.

The Toothpaste Millionaire Written by Jean Merrill and Illustrated by Jan Palmer Set in 's Cleveland, Ohio, follow 6th-grader Rufus Mayflower as he and his friends use real-life mathematical problems to help their budding business making toothpaste succeed.

The Toothpaste Millionaire by Jean Merrill was one of the best books I ever read. After the first page I knew this was going to be a great book.

I liked the character Rufus. He did not care that Kate was white and he was Size: KB. Season 3 focuses on "The Toothpaste Millionaire," by Jean Merrill. In this classic children's novel, 6th-grader Rufus Mayflower, with the help of his friend Kate MacKinstrey, develops a simple recipe for toothpaste and earns his first million--all while discovering that the best entrepreneurs excel by integrity and determination.

What Kind of Book is The Toothpaste Millionaire. Themes: business jobs and careers African Americans entrepreneurship Categories: funny and humorous classics Genres: fiction.

Book Lists That Include The Toothpaste Millionaire. Book Topics › business. Children's Books Author: Jean Merrill. The Toothpaste Millionaire by Jean Merrill was one of the best books I ever read.

After the first page I knew this was going to be a great book. I liked the character Rufus. He did not care that Kate was white and he was black. He did not like to waste anything.5/5(4). The Toothpaste Millionaire. Publisher: Recorded Books, Inc.

Twelve-year-old Rufus Mayflower is a genius at figuring things out. The young African-American boy can draw a map to almost anywhere in Cleveland, make a pattern for saddlebags, and calculate to the penny how much money a project will need.

This is a novel study for The Toothpaste Millionaire by Jean Merrill. 52 pages of student work, plus an answer key. This novel study divides The Toothpaste Millionaire into seven sections for study. The chapters are grouped as follows: Chapter, Includes the f 4/5(36).

The Toothpaste Millionaire by Jean Merrill is perfect for my tween. Summary. This short book (my copy from the library has pages of story) is about a 6th grade boy and girl who join forces to make and sell toothpaste. In the story, they end up millionaires by the 8th grade.

Along the way they demonstrate ingenuity, empathy, intelligence and. One District One Book. Many of us remember that special feeling of having our parents, older siblings or teachers read to us. As part of its One District One Book effort, the Little Rock School District is highlighting reading, tying it to lessons in financial literacy in the following book: The Toothpaste Millionaire.

Celebrity Readers. Likable, clever, and inventive sixth-graders Rufus Mayflower and Kate Mackinstrey develop and sell toothpaste to become millionaires in just one year. This fun, breezy story includes many real-life mathematical problems which the characters must solve to succeed in their budding business/5(5).

A charming chapter book set in the early s in rural Vermont, by the award-winning author of The Canada Geese Quilt. This is a great choice for. Free The Toothpaste Millionaire study unit worksheets for teachers to print. Comprehension by chapter, vocabulary challenges, creative reading response activities and.

The Toothpaste Millionaire by Jean Merrill. From Goodreads: Sixth-grader Rufus Mayflower doesn’t set out to become a just wants to save on toothpaste. Betting he can make a gallon of his own for the same price as one tube from the store, Rufus develops a step-by-step production plan with help from his good friend Kate MacKinstrey.

The Toothpaste Millionaire - One District - One Book - April Check out the video to see the entire book read by Carver Magnet. Sixth-grader Rufus Mayflower didn't set out to be a millionaire--he only wanted to save money on toothpaste. When challenged to make a gallon of toothpaste for the same price as a single tube, Rufus and his best friend Kate set up a backyard business that soon succeeds beyond their wildest expectations.