Join us on this virtual book tour for David Delisle’s The Golden Quest: Your Journey to a Rich Life, an illustrated adventure about the Golden Rules of Money.
The Golden Quest is a kids’ guide to financial mindfulness disguised as an awesome adventure quest. Encourage a mature relationship with money culture.
Milton the Money Savvy Pup- Makes Saving a Habit is a short story about a cute corgi pup learning how to be smart with the money he earns.
M is for Money is a fun and interactive way to explore beginning literacy and basic money concepts. Each page focuses on a letter and a money concept.
Pretty Purple Piggy Bank teaches readers about the different coin denominations in a dollar and the many ways we earn, save, spend, and donate our money.
By depicting and celebrating a character on the autism spectrum and validating his way of seeing the world, Peter and Pepe the Puffin and the Mystery of the Dollar Bill offers a positive and empowering role model for all children, as well as an illuminating history lesson about money.
To be “grown-up” is what every child wants: grownups, it sometimes seems, have all the fun and make all the rules. Herschel Khan’s Knowing is Growing acknowledges this childish preconception charmingly.
Enter to win a hardcover copy of The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money (Harper, February 3, 2015), by Ron Lieber.
Giveaway begins January 27, 2015, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends February 26, 2016, at 11:59 P.M. PST.
Penny is back with another big idea! This time she opens a puppy dog salon to raise funds for a concert she and her friend want to attend.
Financial experts say that you can begin teaching a child about money as soon as they can differentiate between a nickel and a dime. Penny will investigate these topics with humor, style, and that can-do spirit that Pippi, Punky and Annie were famous for.