What Color Is Your Piggy Bank?: Entrepreneurial Ideas for Self-Starting Kids

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Lobster Press, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 144 pages
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Saving up for a snowboard? Need some cash to pay that cell phone bill? This book shows kids how to increase their bank balance while doing the things they love! It's money-management for the next generation; an excellent tool for kids interested in business and finance. Educators can use this book to teach basic money-management and business skills, and to introduce the stock market to students.
Stuffed with tips, quizzes, and links to online business templates, this book puts kids on the path to becoming successful entrepreneurs. Quotations, fun-facts, and real-life success stories will keep readers motivated and focused on the road to prosperity! And it's not just about money, author Adelia Cellini Linecker emphasizes that learning to create your own work is learning how to think for yourself, a great skill for just about anything kids choose to do in the future.
 

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Contents

Introduction
5
Do You Have What it Takes?
25
New Twists on Traditional Jobs
45
Promoting Your Business
67
How Much Money Do You Need?
85
Chaching Its Mine
107
Charity and Volunteering
123
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Born in Montreal, Quebec, now living in L.A., author Adelia Cellini Linecker was a financial reporter at Investor's Business Daily, and has written for various publications including Teen, MacWorld, Woman's World, Toronto Star, and Montreal Gazette. She was awarded the "Gold Award for Best News Article" by the American Society of Business Publication Editors.

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