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This book is for those parents who have provided each and every thing that theirs children wished for. Those parents like me must have felt the need to educate children about money, what it is and how important it is. In a nutshell, this book explains concept of money in a very easy and lucid manner. A very good book to share with our siblings. Go for it.
It's a lovely short book about how we teach our children of different age brackets and money concepts explained easily in story form. Good collection!! Highly recommended incase you want to introduce money concepts to your kids!!
I started my own investment journey when I was ~29 year old. I must say I was 29 years late. Unfortunately, currently, Indian education doesn't teach you these essential concepts, this book is a very good first step. It will teach your kid essential concepts of savings, inflation, interest rates, diversification, etc. The best part about the book is that, it teaches these concepts with examples that child from ages 8 to 14 would go through anyway.
An informative book for children to grasp concepts relating to money and money management. Learnt new terms such as 'delayed gratification','passive income','pay yourself first'. Its an innovative concept with illustrations for a better understanding! It fosters the curiosity and fascination of the child.
Children learn money through their own unique experiences. Some feel an organized but informal learning required to keep it interesting within the family. This book meets that need. Parents can have their teens understand finance and money through this book. Excellent choice of book for raising awareness of money with children. Good work authors !
Finally, someone took the trouble of simplifying the concept of money not just for kids but for parents as well. I love the way different scenarios have been broken down with simple narratives and easy plots that kids can quickly comprehend. About time bedtime stories switched from Fairytales to Money Talk.