Money Doesn't Grow on Trees

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BethanyHouse, 2001 - Religion - 204 pages
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In a culture caught up in having more and having it now, Ellie Kay demonstrates how to teach kids the importance of simplicity and saving. Her signature humor and the proven techniques she's used with her own five children make "Money Doesn't Grow on Trees" personable as well as practical.

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Ellie Kay, America's Family Financial Expert(R), is the author of several books on personal finance, a popular conference speaker, a national radio commentator for Money Matters, and a regular guest on CNBC's Power Lunch. She and her husband have five school-aged children and two adult children and live in southern California.

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