Rich Dad's Escape from the Rat Race: How to Become a Rich Kid by Following Rich Dad's Advice

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Little, Brown, Jan 1, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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How do you get a child interested in learning about finance? Give them a comic book! Robert Kiyosaki, author of the Rich Dad series, recognised the increasing need for people to begin their their journey to financial literacy - and life-long wealth - as early as possible, even before they become teenagers! In Escape from the Rat Race basic lessons about 'working to learn, not to earn', buying assets and understanding the financial statement are revealed through the kid-friendly tale of Timid E Turtle. When Tim runs out of cash at an amusement park his savvy friend, Red E Rat, shows him how to make money work for him - and tells Robert T. Kiyosaki's own riveting account of learning the basic principles of financial success.

Illustrated with full-colour sequential art that ties in to Rich Dad's popular cashflow games and Website, here's a book that allows children - and reluctant readers of all ages - the chance to take their first steps towards financial success.

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About the author (2005)

Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter are the authors of the #1 New York Times bestseller Rich Dad, Poor Dad, as well as Rich Dad's Guide to Investing, Cashflow Quadrant, and Retire Young, Retire Rich. Both authors live in Arizona.

About the Artist
Rantz Hoseley has been working in comics since 1987, starting with Tales of the Ninja Warriors (CFW Publishing). Since then, he's worked on many different titles, of which a few include: Angry Shadows (Innovation), The Shattered Earth (Eternity Comics), Caliber Presents (Caliber Press), Ouch (BayWauHaus Publikations), R.I.P. (TSR/Wizards of the Coast), Medal of Honor (Dark Horse) and Real Stuff (Fantagraphics).

In addition, Rantz created, wrote and drew the daily strip "Edge City" for the Daily Evergreen from 1992-94 and is the creator/writer/artist on the thrice-weekly online comic strip DeathMarch (www.gamespy.com/comics/deathmarch) hosted by the largest gaming network online.


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