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What Is Money? (Learning about Money) ePub download

by Mary Firestone

  • Author: Mary Firestone
  • ISBN: 0736826424
  • ISBN13: 978-0736826426
  • ePub: 1116 kb | FB2: 1629 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Publisher: Capstone Press (September 1, 2004)
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 528
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What Is Money? (Learning about Money) ePub download

Discusses how and why people save money. Provides information on saving money at home and in banks. Long: Mary Firestone has written more than thirty children’s books.

Discusses how and why people save money. Her books have been recommended by the National Science Teacher Association, and she has received a Best Writing in the Arts award from the Minneapolis Neighborhood Press Association. Mary currently lives in St. Paul, Minnesota with her son Adam and their cat Rigley. Their home is near the Mississippi River park system where they spend time outdoors riding bikes and soaking up the wonders of local wildlife.

Long: Mary Firestone has written more than thirty children’s books. Series: Learning about Money. Library Binding: 24 pages. Publisher: Capstone Press (September 1, 2004).

The book also includes economic vocabulary for kids to learn. Money management is also a good thing to know at a young age, to transfer over to when kids are older.

Describes how and why people earn and spend money. The book also includes economic vocabulary for kids to learn. Milada rated it did not like it Mar 25, 2015.

I learned that they put special security mark to see if dollar bill is fake or real.

Explains why money is used, and talks about the different currencies found. Explains why money is used, and talks about the different currencies found in the world. Also explains how paper money and coins are made in the United States. I learned that they put special security mark to see if dollar bill is fake or real.

Best for: Managing money and family. Best for: Learning about smart investing. This book is one part inspiration to get money savvy and nine parts solid financial advice. It’s probably the only other book I’ve devoured and then become absolutely obsessed with aside from the first Harry Potter book (yes, I’m a major nerd). If you want to learn how to grow your wealth on an average salary through frugal living and index fund investing, this book needs to be put on your reading list now!

However, pocket money may become a battleground if not handled correctly from the very start. What is more, there is usually great competition on the Internet when thousands of other people are trying to sell similar goods or services.

However, pocket money may become a battleground if not handled correctly from the very start. Personally, I think that by giving pocket money parents help children learn to manage money while they are young. It also helps them make choices and feel that they are important members of the family. Even a small amount can give a child the feeling of responsibility and independence. To sum up, the Internet may motivate people to earn money.

This book walks you through the signs and patterns of trade-based money laundering (TBML) to. .

This book walks you through the signs and patterns of trade-based money laundering (TBML) to help you recognize it when it occurs, and shows you how data and analytics can be used to detect it. You'll learn the common value transfer techniques including invoice fraud, over-and-under invoicing, and misrepresentation, and learn why analytic detection systems have yet to be implemented despite the existence of copious data. Trade-Based Money Laundering gives you a battle plan, with expert insight and real-world guidance.

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Explains why money is used, and talks about the different currencies found in the world. Also explains how paper money and coins are made in the United States.
Pedora
If you are looking to teach your child or your students (if you are a teacher) about money, you are likely to find this title at your library. This is not the type of book you'll find at your local book store. Part of a larger series, this book is written at a 2nd grade level. It is illustrated with color photographs, and has one paragraph of text per page. Many pages include a "Fun Fact!" bubble as well.

The book has a table of contents and an index, and the sections are, in order: Trading, Money Today, Money around the World, Exchanging Money, Dollars and Cents, How Bills are Made, How Coins are Made, Using Money. At the end is an "Amazing But True" page about some of the security features of U.S. bills, and a Hands On activity called "Making Change" that amounts to playing store with a notebook and pencil. There is also a 6-word Glossary.

While this book covers some of the very basic concepts of currency, it is not terribly engaging, and I'd be surprised if many children picked this book up voluntarily. The staged photos of children bartering and presenting a purchased gift to their mother have a really dated look about them. While I like the fact that the book opens with a section on barter, I'm not sure many kids will come away with a better understanding of money after reading the book. The page on currency exchange is downright confusing. All in all, this is a very formulaic book, obviously written as part of a series with the actual subject matter shoe-horned in to a preset format. This is not the formula for a good children's book.
Malien
There are at least 10 books that cover this information about money -- how a barter economy works, the development of currency, how money circulates through the economy, and specifics about US currency. This book features a section on counting coins and good photographs of the machines that creat US currency.

More books much like this:

"Round and Round the Money Goes" -- Melvin and Gilda Berger
"Money Madness" - David A. Adler
"What is Money?" -- Mary Firestone
"The Go-Around DOllar" -- Barbara Johnston Adams

Choose the one with the illustrations you prefer.
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