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Finance for Kids Series (Volumes 1 to 20)

Finance for Kids Series (Volumes 1 to 20)
Finance for Kids Series (Volumes 1 to 20)
Finance for Kids Series (Volumes 1 to 20)
Finance for Kids Series (Volumes 1 to 20)
Finance for Kids Series (Volumes 1 to 20)
Finance for Kids Series (Volumes 1 to 20)
Finance for Kids Series (Volumes 1 to 20)
Finance for Kids Series (Volumes 1 to 20)
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***ALL 20 BOOKS COME WITH FREE LESSON PLANS ****

****THESE BOOKS HAVE BEEN ADOPTED BY MILLARD PUBLIC SCHOOLS, ONE OF TOP 6 % IN THE NATION & BY OTHER SCHOOL DISTRICTS*****

****FREE SHIPPING BY MEDIA MAIL****
The entire set consists of 20 children's books that teach children about finance. All books are stories with financial lessons embedded in them. At the end of each book are exercises that parents and teachers do with their kids, thereby reinforcing the lessons learnt through those books.

The following is the list of the books, along with titles:

ISBNTitle978-0-9825880-0-0Wants and Needs 978-0-9825880-1-7Resources: Human, Natural & Capital978-0-9825880-2-4Scarcity and Value978-0-9825880-3-1Choice 978-0-9825880-4-8Opportunity Cost978-0-9825880-5-5Goods and Services 978-0-9825880-6-2Swapping (Exchanging)978-0-9825880-7-9Where does money come from?978-0-9825880-8-6Spending, saving and Sharing money978-0-9825880-9-3Consumption and Production)978-0-9825881-0-9Markets978-0-9825881-1-6Savings 978-0-9825881-2-3Inflation, Deflation978-0-9825881-3-0Budgeting978-0-9825881-4-7Risk & Return978-0-9825881-5-4Credit978-0-9825881-6-1Managing a checkbook978-0-9825881-7-8Starting a business978-0-9825881-8-5Protecting yourself financially978-0-9825881-9-2Money management tools

These books have been reviewed by educators and parents. Here is a sampling of the reviews:

������¢���¯���¿���½���¯���¿���½In my 20+ years in education, which includes teaching economics in public schools, I have never seen any books for young children like Finance for Kids. These books are creative and will be very interesting to students of the proper developmental age. It������¢���¯���¿���½���¯���¿���½s about time that parents and teachers have some tools to teach economics to young children. Finance for Kids fills that need.������¢���¯���¿���½���¯���¿���½

--E. Don Kim, Ed. D, Senior Director - Elementary Schools, Torrance Unified School District





������¢���¯���¿���½���¯���¿���½Personal finance has become so much more complicated than it was 20 years ago and it is more important than ever that young people have a firm grounding in the basics of personal finance and economics. With predatory lenders wooing customers many young people have serious credit card debt and damage their credit ratings which takes years to recover from. Do your children a tremendous favor and use these books to provide them a solid foundation so that they will make good financial decisions������¢���¯���¿���½���¯���¿���½

-- James T. Strong, Dean, College of Business Administration and Public Policy,



California State University Dominguez Hills





������¢���¯���¿���½���¯���¿���½How do you assure that your children make good financial choices as they mature? Start teaching them early with these excellent story books! Dheeriya weaves deep economic principles into simple childhood tales that even your toddlers will grasp easily.������¢���¯���¿���½���¯���¿���½

--Tony Rojko, President of MyMontessori.Net







How do we teach our children responsibility for their money and for the family������¢���¯���¿���½���¯���¿���½s money? Finance for Kids is a great start. Each book in the series takes you and your child through a step of understanding how to handle money, save money, and make good consumer decisions. These are a GREAT tool to teaching your child about financial responsibility.

--Rev. Rachel Nyback





������¢���¯���¿���½���¯���¿���½Dr . Dheeriya������¢���¯���¿���½���¯���¿���½s book on finance for kids fills a pressing need for a book written in simple story form where small boys and girls who are able to read can identify themselves with characters in the stories and see how it benefits them. Basic topics are presented in an engaging manner, so as to get kids interested in various aspects of finance. Understanding finance principles and their implications, at a very early formative age, will get them interested in saving in all fields including on interest costs all through life, help build up excellent credit and avoid getting into financial trouble. These tremendous advantages will more than compensate for the small one-time price of this book.������¢���¯���¿���½���¯���¿���½

--Sunandan Kulkarni, Grandparent, Lawndale, CA



These books are currently being used in school districts and libraries across the country. Parents have purchased these books for their children as well as birthday gifts for their children's friends. Grandparents love these books because they make excellent reading sources for their grandchildren.

The entire set of books is available with 4 attractive slipcovers.
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