The Money Book and Hideaway Bank: A Smart Kid's Guide to Savvy Saving and Spending

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Somerville House Books, Limited, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Our best-selling kid's guide to money management is back with a bold new look to help a new generation use money wisely. Want to know how to make an allowance grow? Or what to do with that generous gift? The Money Book and Hideaway Bank covers it all with a wealth of tips about earning, budgeting, banking, spending, and saving. There's even a section about investing!A book-shaped companion bank with individual compartments for all coin denominations provides the perfect place for kids to keep their cash. Fill it to the brim, and use the transparent back to watch savings grow with each deposit!

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STAN HINDEN writes a syndicated column, "Retirement Journal," in which he discusses the decisions, dilemmas, and challenges of retirement. The column has won honors from the American University School of Communications and the Investment Company Institute for "excellence in personal finance reporting." Before retiring, Stan spent 23 years at the Washington Post including a dozen years as a financial reporter and columnist.

Levin has been a contract artist for The New Yorker for almost thirty years.

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