|The Fourth Stall by Chris Rylander|
Mac and Vince run a mafia-like business out of fourth stall of the unused boys' bathroom in the East Wing of their school. They get more than they can handle, though when a third-grader asks for help fending off a high school bully named Staples.
|Flat Broke by Gary Paulsen|
After losing his allowance, Kevin comes up with several harebrained get-rich-quick schemes, all of which serve to complicate his life even further, alienating his friends and emptying his pockets.
|Good Job, Kanani by Lisa Yee|
Kanani takes on the important job of selling shave ice at her parents' cart on the beach in order to raise money to help the monk seals, but tensions rise when her best friend would rather surf than help out as she promised.
|Just Grace Walks the Dog by Charise Mericle Harper|
Grace, determined to convince her parents she is mature enough to have a dog, takes on a job as a dog-walker for one of her neighbors.
|Crunch by Leslie Connor|
An unexpected gasoline shortage leaves Dewey to manage the family's bike repair shop on his own, and he must find resourceful ways to deal with the increased business as more and more people abandon their cars for bicycles.
|In Business with Mallory by Laurie Friedman|
Mallory is desperate to own the perfect purse, so when her parents say no, she decides to start her own business. Unfortunately, the business takes over her life, and when she finally earns the purse money, she has to wonder if it's worth it.
|Kristy's Great Idea by Ann M. Martin and Raina Telgemier|
When Kristy's mother finds herself stuck without a babysitter at the last minute, inspiration strikes and Kristy decides to form the Baby-sitters Club with three other girls from her neighborhood. (This is the graphic novel version; I reviewed the re-release of the original version here.)