How to Make a Million
Another "How To" guide, part of the successful series that tells children everything they need to know about the hottest topics in the world today. How to Make a Million is a complete guide to money - what it is, how it has changed over the centuries, and different ways to create, save or spend money. Children can find out about the richest people ever, why a L50 note costs only 3 pence, and where you can find a million-pound note. The booksuggests four ways to make a million pounds, as well as looking at ways that people could have made a million in the past. Rowland Morgan is a journalist and scriptwriter. He writes books, newspaper articles and TV scripts. He also scripted the 'Environment Zone' in the Millennium Dome. Barbara Taylor is an award-winning author of children's books on biological sciences. She won the 1998 American Institute of Physics science writing prize for her book Earth Explained, and her 1996 book Make it Work! Geography won the Geographical Association Gold Award.
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