New Totally Awesome Money Book For Kids: Revised Edition

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Harper Collins, Aug 18, 2009 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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Jam-packed with up-to-date, easy-to-understand information on every area of money, this smart, useful book—just right for kids age 8–14—makes learning about money fun. A savvy brother and sister team, Arthur and Rose explain a lot about money matters, including:
  • Budgets and savings (great ways to get the stuff you really want!)
  • The basics of stocks, bonds, and other ways of investing
  • Credit cards (“The Plastic Flash”) and borrowing
  • Updated information on the Internet with useful Web links
  • Online investing, Web safety precautions
  • Saving and paying for college
  • And much more

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Introduction A note from Rose
Making money with your
Who wants to borrow a kids money?
CHAPTER 9 Making money
Buyone Buyingone share
Where in the world is your money?
CHAPTER 15 Bankers brokers financial planners and other
Two sides of the same coin
Borrowing and a kids future
Money work
Getting to college
Hey kids this part is just between you and me Rose

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Arthur Bochner wrote The Totally Awesome Money Book for Kids with his mother when he was 11 years old and The Totally Awesome Business Book for Kids when he was 13. He's now 24 and a political speechwriter in Washington, D.C. Rose Bochner, Arthur's 15-year-old sister, was nominated for the Distinguished Students Award at her New Jersey middle school. She's a rock climber and plans to teach. Adriane G. Berg, mother of Arthur and Rose, is a renowned speaker and leader in the field of finance and aging. She is the author of a dozen books on personal finance and lives with husband Stuart Bochner and Rose in New Jersey.

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