The Kids' Money Book: Earning * Saving * Spending * Investing * Donating

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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It’s dollars and sense! Kids are never too young to learn how to create a budget, use their talent to make big bucks, invest their earnings, and donate to charity. They can begin to take stock of their financial fitness with a Money Matters to Me quiz that separates the savers from the squanderers. Then it’s time to start making smart decisions by finding a money mentor, learning from mistakes, and keeping a journal of purchases and longed-for items. There’s advice on understanding the difference between needs and wants, getting the most from an allowance, becoming an entrepreneur, and sharing the wealth. Plus: personal thoughts from real kids
on how money affects their lives.
The author lives in Dobbs Ferry, NY.
 

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About the author (2004)

McGillian, as a founding editor for Creative Classroom magazine, has written countless plays, short stories, and articles for young audiences, and many how-to articles for elementary teachers.

The author: Ian Phillips was born in Middlesbrough, England the birthplace of Captain Cook and studied modern languages at Cambridge. Having lived in Paris for more than 20 years, his current apartment on the Left Bank is in a building once inhabited by Antoine de Saint-Exupery s wife. He has been editor-at-large for the German edition of AD Architectural Digest for many years and is a regular contributor to Interior Design, Architectural Digest US, and Elle Decor.

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