Money: A Rich History

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Grosset & Dunlap, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Bill Green loves money and is willing to do almost anything to make some extra cash. So when Mrs. Brandt asks her students to write a report on any subject that fascinates them, Bill chooses money, of course! Filled with tons of cool facts, wonderful illustrations, and photographs of coins and money from all over the world, Money: A Rich History is worth every penny!

Illustrated by Thor Wickstrom.

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User Review  - epoche - LibraryThing

This book is all about money...the ways to make money, the different types of money and the value of money. Before there was money people bartered and traded for things. People were paid in salt, cod ... Read full review

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User Review  - klmontgomery - LibraryThing

This book is written as if a student is writing it for a project. It tells the history of money, and all about money today. It is a good book for students to read because it is something they will be using in everyday life. It could also be read to students when teaching about money in Math. Read full review


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Peggy Archer lives in Valparaiso, Indiana. Thor Wickstrom lives in Hancock, Massachusetts.

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