Debt Dangers: A Story for Kids about Borrowing Money

Debt Dangers: A Story for Kids about Borrowing Money

by Paul Nourigat, Natalie Nourigat
     
 

Borrowing money is advertised as “easy”. So, why not do it?
The truth is, taking out loans can create big problems for kids.

Debt Dangers tells a great story about Chelsea and Jack saving money, living within their means, and why kids should avoid debt.

A book in the series “Marvels of Money … for kids” (ages 7-11); richly

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Overview

Borrowing money is advertised as “easy”. So, why not do it?
The truth is, taking out loans can create big problems for kids.

Debt Dangers tells a great story about Chelsea and Jack saving money, living within their means, and why kids should avoid debt.

A book in the series “Marvels of Money … for kids” (ages 7-11); richly illustrated, engaging and practical stories for young readers about the fundamentals of money.

Messages that will last a lifetime.

This book supports learning standards for math, reading, and social studies, with a dose of values thrown in for good measure! Key concepts woven throughout the series include Budgeting, Choices, Collaboration, Community, Compassion, Creativity, Earning, Effort, Family, Media influence, Patience, Peer-pressure, Planning, Price/value, Privacy, Profit, Sales, and Savings.
Economic concepts are spread throughout.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781936872039
Publisher:
FarBeyond Publishing LLC
Publication date:
09/15/2011
Series:
Marvels of Money for Kids Series
Pages:
40
Product dimensions:
0.10(w) x 8.50(h) x 8.50(d)
Age Range:
7 - 12 Years

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