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For the first time, financial guru and TODAY Show regular Jean Chatzky brings her expertise to a young audience. Chatzky provides her unique, savvy perspective on money with advice and insight on managing finances, even on a small scale. This book will reach kids before bad spending habits can get out of control. With answers and ideas from real kids, this grounded approac ...more
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Published August 10th 2010 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (first published 2010)
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Andreas
I recently read "Not Your Parents' Money Book": Making, Saving, and Spending Your Money" by Jean Chatzky. After reading this book I learned a lot about economics in general. the author was trying to show the importance of learning how to manage your funds and your overall economic status at a young age. Chatzy is also trying to show how we CAN start to manage these things at a young age. The book overall summarizes different things such as how banks, savings accounts, and checks work. He also su ...more
Kimberly
Great book that covers the basics of money management (from the economy to how to choose a charity to donate your money/time to) in a quick read. I created a test, and made it a requirement for my teen to get a student debit card. It introduced her to some new concepts, and because we have talked about it (oh yeah, and the test) she's got the basics down cold!
Allison
I'm going to use this book in my 8th Grade Financial Literacy class. It was a really good, quick read and is written at a level that is perfect for middle school age students. Whether you are a teacher or a parent I think this is a great book!
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