The Financial Fairy Tales: The Troll Bridge

Overview

Everyone and everything crossing over the bridge had to pay the Troll Tax.
It had always been that way, and no-one ever questioned it...
Until a young boy dared to ask why?

The Troll Bridge is the latest instalment in the multi-award winning Financial Fairy Tales series - stories which make learning about money serious fun!

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Overview

Everyone and everything crossing over the bridge had to pay the Troll Tax.
It had always been that way, and no-one ever questioned it...
Until a young boy dared to ask why?

The Troll Bridge is the latest instalment in the multi-award winning Financial Fairy Tales series - stories which make learning about money serious fun!

Share with your child positive and inspiring money messages, values and ideas, to help sow the seeds of a bright financial future.

The Troll Bridge tells the story of a young boy, Joel and his encounter with the Troll who lives under a bridge. The greedy Troll charges everyone and everything that crossed the bridge and grew very wealthy.
When disaster strikes however he needs the kindness of strangers to save him from a damp and miserable end.

The Troll Bridge has many financial and money themes including tax, supply and demand, trade and public spending; all wrapped up in a fun and entertaining story.
Perfect for enquiring minds and teaching younger children money values and ideas.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781499167870
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/21/2014
  • Pages: 32
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.08 (d)

Meet the Author

Daniel Britton is a financial education expert and author of The Financial Fairy Tales series.
He has a background in the finance industry and over 20 years education experience.
Daniel is the founder of the Personal Finance Academy which provides online financial education to young people worldwide.
The Financial Fairy Tales are award winning, inspirational children's books which teach positive and empowering money values.
"My motivation", says Daniel, "is to help children grow up with both the knowledge and the awareness to earn, manage and grow their money".
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