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As Tyler fulfills his dream of sailing around the world, Giselle returns to Nessibus and the Solve-a-matic factory only to find a creepy man that lurks in a boat in nearby waters, an eerie (and stinky!) fog has settled in, and Tyler's customers have disappeared! The company is on the brink of bankruptcy and to complicate her worries, Tyler gets stuck out at sea with no wind to carry him back home. Giselle faces the greatest challenge of her life as she must figure out how to market the Solve-a-matic Machines to increase Tyler's sales and bring him home.


Tyler Passes the Golden Key is the second book in the Future Business Leaders Series™, an adventure series designed to teach pre-teen kids business concepts and entrepreneurship. In the series, author Bouani interlinks the values of community and friendship with business. Business lessons covered in Tyler Passes the Golden Key are:

  • Sales
  • Marketing
  • Branding
  • Public Relations
  • Customer Service
  • Employees
  • Competition

ISBN-13: 978-0-9779265-1-0
Publish Date: June 2008
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twists turns story kid Cameron, age 13
  "The great twists and turns kept me hooked through the entire story!”
encourage to start business Jared, age 13
  “After reading this book I am encouraged to start a business myself.”
adventure fun story forget you are learning Anisha, age 10
  “With all the adventure and fun in the story, you forget you are learning!”
exciting book want more Jennifer, age 12
  “This book is really exciting! It kept me wanting more. I loved it!”
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  “This is a really interesting and educational book that I loved. It’s funny, too!”
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business as exciting adventure Yvonne, parent of 13-year old
  " Jennifer Bouani made learning how to get the most from your business an exciting adventure. She made it easy to understand the important aspects of a business plan so your company will succeed ."
creative characters Satish, parent of 10-year old
  “Wonderful story! Creative characters and names! The play of words constantly amused my daughter while she was reading it. ”
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This book is an Award-Winning Finalist in the Children's Fiction category of the National Best Books 2008 Awards, sponsored by USA Book News.

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