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'Apprentice' winner to publish a business book for children.

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The first season winner of NBC's 'The Apprentice' is to write a business book for children.

'Beyond the Lemonade Stand: Starting Small to Make It Big' by Bill Rancic will be published in September by Razorbill, an imprint of Penguin Young Readers Group.

Aimed at children aged 8-12, the book will offer guidelines on how to be successful, ethical and profitable in business, reports The Associated Press. The author will donate his royalties from the book to children's charities.

Rancic has previously written a business guide for adult readers, called 'You're Hired: How to Succeed in Business and Life From the Winner of The Apprentice'.
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