Marshmallow Gun Business Book

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Marshmallow Gun Business BookMarshmallow Gun Biz Book,
by Hunter Beck

  • Recently Hunter completed his own ebook, “Your Own Marshmallow Gun Business”.  Hunter was 10 years old when he started his marshmallow gun business.  He shares busines-minded tips & tricks on how he made $1000 each summer selling marshmallow guns.

 

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6 Responses to “Marshmallow Gun Business Book”

  1. Abi Craig

    Thanks for making these available. This is the first one we’ve remembered to get to!

  2. Holly

    I can totally relate to her son wanting to draw during his lessons.

  3. Charlene

    I’d love to read about Hunter’s marshmallow gun business. I know my son would think that a marshmallow gun was about the most fun he could have. Although he’d be torn between eating the marshmallows and shooting them!

  4. homeschoolheroes

    Glad you remembered! Hope it was encouraging.
    Kerry

  5. homeschoolheroes

    If Hunter was active, he listened better…most of the time :-)

  6. homeschoolheroes

    Charlene,
    We’ve had many marshmallow gun fights…and eaten lots of marshmallows.
    Kerry

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