Kids Money Books
As a parent one of the things on your "TO DO" list is to teach your children the value of money. This is something that should begin at a very early age. My son, age 14, and my daughter, age 11 each have portfolios that are being managed by a professional, financial advisor. I have found that my son, through regular communication with the advisor, is beginning to understand and appreciate the value of investing money rather than keeping it in the bank. In addition, he has now decided to put his paychecks, from a part-time job, into his account. He loves to see the account grow!! So start your children early and teach them the importance of saving and managing money. If you set the ground work from an early age it will be natural for them to continue throughout their life. For more information on financial planning email us at email@example.com.
Listed here are some great books, created especially for children, to help them understand how to earn money as well how to spend and invest wisely.
Ages 9 – 12
New Moon: Money by New Moon
This book features advice about how to earn money and includes basic information about currency and how to spend and invest wisely
The Young Investor: Projects and Activities for Making Your Money Grow by Katherine R. Bateman
Bateman demonstrates how to learn about investments from everyday experiences. A great way to start your kid on a path to financial literacy.
Awesome Money Book for Kids
Bright Ideas: From Girls, For Girls! (American Girl Library Series) by Trula Magruder
Contains information on money-making opportunities, crafts, snacks, and school projects based on ideas from "American Girl" readers
Barrons Money Sense for Kids! by Hollis Page Harman
Explains the nature of money, the
different ways in which it can be represented, and how it can be saved
or invested, discussing mutual funds, the stock market, banks, and
inflation. Includes games and activities.
Moneymakers: Good Cents For Girls (American Girl Library) by Ingrid Roper
This book is a great guide to help
you make money by starting a business. It includes such things as
moneymakers for pet lovers, cooks, babysitters, computer whizzes, and
crafters, then goes on to give solid business basics.
Neale S. Godfrey's Ultimate Kids' Money Book by Neale S. Godfrey
Neale S. Godfrey, a nationally recognized expert on kids and money has created a captivating book. Topics such as bonds, credit, ATMs, mutual funds, the history of money or money in general are made easy to understand through pictures and easy to read diagrams.
Smart-Money Moves for Kids by Judith Briles
This book is divided into five consecutive parts: The Game Book for Parents; Kids - From Preschoolers to Preteens; The Teen Years; The Adult Rises; The Internet. The text is easy to read and to understand and it is filled with quizzes, games and charts to make learning about money fun.
THE KIDS' ALLOWANCE BOOK by Amy Nathan
This book presents the responses of 166 kids to questions about the pros and cons of allowances, how to convince parents to give them, how they're allocated, and whether and how they should be tied to chores.
50 Money Making Ideas For Kids by Lauree and L. Allen Burkett
Offers practical ideas for ways to make money during every season of the year, with quotes from Scripture and advice based on Biblical principles.